Little Me BIG THEM is a very intriguing and mind-liberating book for those suffering from the topic of discussion in this book. In a generation where youths are seen to be wasted and visionless (and to some extent, this is true), Chisom comes in with an exquisite book that seems to tackle one of the major…Read more
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Akingbade Damilare Daniel is a computer science undergraduate, who loves music and he's hoping to learn how to play the piano, some day. Connect with him on Twitter [@Damilare45].
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I consumed this book almost in one sitting – I found it very well documented, and easy to read and understand. The book contains all important directives and guidance that would lead a young minister in having a successful walk with God. [bctt tweet="The book contains all important directives and guidance that would lead…Read more
Some believe properly balanced diet keeps you going while others believe when you eat well you live well. Whatever you believe, it has been sufficiently established that eating fit could be learned and mastered, and we could all improve our health and also take note of our eating habits. In Eat Fit: A nutritional blueprint…Read more
You only need to read the first few pages of Taboo to get really mesmerised by the opening hook of the author. In this Novel published 2017, Olugbenga tells a compelling story of Ade, a young boy who grew up in a family where abject poverty is the state they are in. As a young…Read more
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