Osoba, Akeredolu, Fayemi launch A Reporter And His Beat amid hope of better Nigeria after 2023 elections

From Right: Founder and Chancellor, African American University, Porto Novo, Benin Republic, Prof Ben Ezeohagwu; Chairman, Gaskiya Media Limited and former Executive Director of TELL News Magazine, Mr Dare Babarinsa; former Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum and immediate former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi; Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mrs Bamidele Ademola-Olateju, […]

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A Reporter And His Beat … A Gift Not Just A Book

By Banji Ayoola A Reporter And His Beat is a gift, not just a book. To enrich whoever holds it in his hands and examines it seriously. A precious gift drawn from invaluable treasures streaming from inexhaustible sources unusual, higher, luminous and beyond the ordinary. From which the humble author was permitted to draw riches […]

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What senior journalists, others say about Yinka Fabowale’s A Reporter and His Beat

By Banji Ayoola Lade Bonuola – “… You are my pride… with accustomed enrapturing prose! Enchanting freshly words, never the beaten track nor the same old hat and tired words. None do you embrace, nor can any be attributed to you, but the picturesque renditions of accounts! I heartily congratulate you on this feat!” (Mr. […]

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Introspection into Onyeka Onwenu’s My Father’s Daughter

To read Onyeka Onwenu’s autobiography is to be a fly on the wall completely absorbed in multilayered intimate conversations with her about a thoroughly fascinating life. It transports the reader from the joys of a relatively privileged childhood in pre-Civil War Port Harcourt to the traumatic death of her father in a car crash before […]

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Obasanjo’s ‘My Command: An Account of the Nigerian Civil War 1967 – 1970’ – A Review

By Lola Fabowale “Men are still the most important instrument in the art of war [be that spiritual, emotional, psychological or physical].  Without them other machines, equipment and instruments of war are useless, no matter how sophisticated”.—Olusegun Obasanjo In My Command: An Account of The Nigerian Civil War 1967-1970: p. 97. Introduction Save for the […]

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