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Heritage Africa: Tales Of Freed Slaves
Africa is rich in cultural heritage, and this ranges from the tangible heritage to the intangible heritage. The various elements of heritage provide communities with the opportunity to establish an active relationship between the present and the past. Africa's heritage provides clues to the past and how our society has evolved. It helps examine history and traditions and enable develop an awareness about Africa. It helps understand and explain why Africa are the way it is. This book provides lots about the heritage of Africa including the anquish of the past and a better tommoro.
Heritage Africa: Tales Of Freed Slaves
Heritage Africa: Tales Of Freed Slaves
₦ 3,800.00 ₦ 5,000.00 -24%
000RENG100374
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Oxford Street, Accra By Ato Quayson
Ato Quayson is a professor of English and Director of the Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies at the University of Toronto. Oxford Street Accra is a refreshing and fresh look at the dynamics of African metropolis. This book is deeply researched in terms of scope, detail and analysis of the growing African urbanism. It enriches the dialogue of urban theory and how it relates to the people and its influence on the society at large. A much needed addition to both personal and academic literary.
Oxford Street, Accra By Ato Quayson
Oxford Street, Accra By Ato Quayson
₦ 9,750.00 ₦ 12,500.00 -22%
0000RENG73882
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The History and Description of Africa
Leo Africanus (c. 1494-c. 1554) was an Arab diplomat captured by Spanish corsairs in 1518 and taken to Rome. He was later released by Pope Leo X and enjoyed papal patronage until he left Rome in 1527. This work describes the region of north Africa known as the Maghreb and was considered the most authoritative account of the cultures, religions and politics of this region until the start of European exploration in the nineteenth century. Volume 1 contains a general description of north Africa.
The History and Description of Africa
The History and Description of Africa
₦ 2,000.00 ₦ 2,500.00 -20%
0000RENG36609
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Noirledge - Sorosoke: An Endsars Anthology By Jumoke Verissimo And James Yeku
Sorosoke: An #Endsars Anthology began as a digital archive of poetry on the EndSARS movement of 2020 on Brittle Paper, functioning as a real-time repository of poetic thoughts on the protests against police brutality that took place both online and in numerous Nigerian locations. This print edition of the anthology rearticulates a similar poetics of resistance, emphasizing the activist voice of a new generation of writers resisting the tyranny of silence and state violence.
0000RENG30373
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Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
"'Irrestitible' describes Long Walk to Freedom, which must be one of the few political autobiographies that's also a page-turner - Los Angeles Times Book Review Back Bay Books
Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
₦ 4,331.25 ₦ 5,625.00 -23%
0000RENG30366
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A State of Our Own
This engaging, thought-provoking lecture triggers crucial questions: Why is the 'state' in Africa often a colossal 'millstone' rather than a 'cornerstone' of development? Why have African states, post-independence, retained inherited colonial structures? Why are people in many parts of Africa poorer today than at independence, and standards of living and security have depreciated? The author posits that the African continent needs a 'second independence' in which the primary aim would be to reclaim the state for citizens; not by bypassing the state but by making the state a genuine partner for development.
A State of Our Own
A State of Our Own
₦ 1,350.00 ₦ 1,500.00 -10%
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Drumbeats - The Proverbs of Africa
Proverbs in most African languages are crisp, pithy and condensed means of saying much with few words. Obii Okwelume has curated a solid collection of wisdom and inspiration from the African continent that are relevant to the custom, tradition, experience and way of life of the people. These idiomatic and at times diplomatic sayings contain moral lessons and advice that touch on all conditions of life.
Drumbeats - The Proverbs of Africa
Drumbeats - The Proverbs of Africa
₦ 3,500.00 ₦ 4,375.00 -20%
0000RENG14012
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Nairobi Heat By Mukoma Wa Ngugi
IN MADISON, WISCONSIN, it & rsquo;s a big deal when African peace activist Joshua Hakizimana & mdash;who saved hundreds of people from the Rwandan genocide & mdash;accepts a position at the university to teach about & ldquo;genocide and testimony. & rdquo; Then a young woman is found murdered on his doorstep. Local police Detective Ishmael & mdash;an African-American in an & ldquo;extremely white & rdquo; town & mdash;suspects the crime is racially motivated; the Ku Klux Klan still holds rallies there, after all. But then he gets a mysterious phone call: & ldquo;If you want the truth, you must go to its source. The truth is in the past. Come to Nairobi. & rdquo; It & rsquo;s the beginning of a journey that will take him to a place still vibrating from the genocide that happened around its borders, where violence is a part of everyday life, where big-oil money rules and where the local cops shoot first and ask questions later & mdash;a place, in short, where knowing the truth about history can get you killed.
Nairobi Heat By Mukoma Wa Ngugi
Nairobi Heat By Mukoma Wa Ngugi
₦ 1,785.00 ₦ 2,125.00 -16%
0000RENG14011
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The Black Hermit By Ngugi
In this play, Remi, the first of his tribe to go to university, ponders whether or not he should return to his people. Or should he continue to be a black hermit in the town? Amidst the backdrop of a politically torn country, Remi himself is torn between his sense of tribalism and nationalism. This struggle runs deep, as he finds it at the heart of his afflictions between himself, his marriage and familial relations, and his greater sense of obligations to his people and the country. The overwhelming nature of these problems drives him into isolation as a black hermit. His self-imposed exile into the city leads him to find contentment in the Jane, his new lover, and nightly clubbing. However, after he is lobbied to return to the tribe, he must now confront the demons of his past. The Black Hermit was the first published East African play in English. The play was published in a small edition by Makerere University Press in 1963, and republished in Heinemann & rsquo;s African Writers Series in 1968.
The Black Hermit By Ngugi
The Black Hermit By Ngugi
₦ 1,912.50 ₦ 2,250.00 -15%

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