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Nnabuife takes books presentation awareness to Enugu



MANAGING Director/Chief -Executive Officer of Anambra Newspapers and Printing Corporation, Chuka Nnabuife, has taken the awareness campaign of his forthcoming books presentation to Enugu.

  In a radio program at the Dream Fm ,92.5 , Monday morning, Sir Nnabuife said all was set to unveil his three newly published books,  entitled:,   Homeland Catalysis: More than just Anambra Narratives’, ‘Mbize: Rage of Red Earth in IgboLand’ and ‘Nigeria Civil War (1967-1970): Holes in Our Bubbles’ .

  He said that the three new books had vital relevance to the society and our generation’s legacies.” They are my modest contributions to mankind as a writer, social thinker, active journalist and keen articulator of our contemporary history for posterity.”

  The books appraise, in various contexts, epoch-making events; personalities; socio-cultural and political developments; appraisal of matters of governance and leadership as well as distinct innovative enterprises and environmental issues.

  The books also contain critical essays and discourses on such salient issues that highpoint the last decade in Igbo land, Nigeria and Africa as unpredictable internal security issues, economic flip-flops, and combustive ethnic as well as religious issues.

  There are equally, incisive intellectual probes into matters of rural intervention, grassroots developments in Anambra State and Igbo land’s tricky joggle under the weight of a peculiar period of challenging relationship with other federating components of Nigeria amid her resilient Ohaneze’s socio-cultural issues.

  Homeland Catalysis has 728 pages with three of its seven sections on Anambra State and Igbo land; Mbize is on gully erosion devastation in Anambra State and Holes in the Bubbles is an investigative reporter’s insight into an often misrepresented saga with sections that articulate the severe impact of the war to Nigerians and Biafrans.

  The books presentation will take place on Saturday, April, 24, 2021 at the Event Hall, ANPC Garden, (National Light Newspapers), Awka, Anambra State, at 12 noon.

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