Beyond Mercy (Short Title) by Femi Obadun

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Title: Beyond Mercy: How God’s Grace and Mercy Could Lead You Into Continuous Miraculous Experiences

Author: Femi Obadun

Genre: Non-fiction

Format: Paperback/E-book

Book Dimension: 5.5 x 8.5

File Size (E-book): 658 KB

Number of Pages (Paperback): 256

Publication Year: January 21, 2017

Publisher: Femi Obadun

ISBN: 978-9789565429

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Short Description: Twice in my life, I’d been involved in terrible car accident which could have led to untimely death, but for the mercy of God only, it was prevented. And I was a terrible sinner then. I know you also can recall several instances in your life when God had prevented some bad things from happening to you. I also know that you can only attribute such deliverance to nothing but the Mercy of God. But friend, God wants each of us to move beyond this Common Mercy into enjoying the fullness of His Grace. That Saving Grace entered into my life while attending a 3-day prayer and fasting program as a visitor at the Mountain of Fire and Miracle Church, Karu, Abuja in 2009.The last cigarette I took the evening before the program was the last I had ever taken. That divine encounter led to terminating the 15 years of addiction to smoking and drinking of alcohol. Also two years after the program, I was delivered from 21 years of sleeplessness (also known as Insomnia). These all happened through the Grace of God and by the application of certain Biblical principles stated in this book. If the person follows these principles which led to the restoration of my battered destiny and currently giving my life stability and meaning, then such a person will surely in no distant time give a testimony. God is no respecter of persons, if HE has done it for me, HE can as well do it for anyone.

Category: Christian Literature


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The Port Harcourt Volunteer (Short title) by Sam Ohuabunwa

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Title: The Port Harcourt Volunteer: Experiences of a Young Combatant in the  Nigeria-Biafra War

Author: Sam Ohuabunwa

Genre: Non-fiction (Memoir)

Format: Paperback

Number of Pages: 118

Publication Year: July, 2015

Publisher: Kraft Books Limited

ISBN: 978-978-918-316-6

Available at: Amazon Kindle Store

Short Description: This book is essentially the story of the Nigerian political crisis which started with the January 15, 1966 military coup and resulted in the Nigeria-Biafra War (1967-1970). It is told from the perspective of a young combatant from the Biafran side and chronicles Sam Ohuabunwa’s experience from the day schools were shut because of the war, the duration of the war, and the day they were opened as the war ended. It portrays the various risks he undertook in his zeal to defend the Biafran cause as a soldier and the amazing miraculous deliverances he enjoyed. To many Nigerians who were distant from the war, to those too young to  remember or those not born during this crisis, this book gives a good account of what caused the war, how it was fought and how it was brought to an end. A very important and critical point made in his book is that though the war was like a kind of war of unity for Nigeria, the desired unity has not really been achieved. Nigerians are encouraged to take certain critical steps to seal and solidify  Nigeria’s unity, so that Nigeria will not fight another civil war, ever.

Category: War Memoir


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Use the L.I.F.T. by Olugbenga Hodonu and Kester Audu

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Use the L.I.F.T.Title: Use the L.I.F.T

Author: Olugbenga Hodonu and Kester Audu

Genre: Non-fiction

Format: Paperback/Ebook (Kindle)

Book Dimension: 6 x 9

File Size (E-book): NA

Number of Pages (Paperback): 162

Publication Year: February 10, 2015

Publisher: AuthorHouse, US

ISBN: 9781496968111

Available at: authorhouse, amazon

Short Description: Do you ever think about the direction of your life, as it relates to your career path especially with so many choices on hand? You need not beat about the bush— simply Use the Lift. This will aid you in finding and fitting into your niche right on time. It will also launch you to a strong pedestal in your profession and business from which you can make progress and achieve success.

This is a helpful starting point for self-analysis; a book that will introduce you to yourself and take you beyond yourself. Apart from providing informed advice and choices on career planning and employment, it will challenge your thoughts or stimulate your thinking and lead you to productivity.

It features

Structured tools, techniques and essential principles necessary for professional and project success.

Exploration of various career options and skills for attaining your summit

Tested  principles for running your own business

Inspiring  words from leading lights of various fields

Career Self-Assessment questions and many inspiring subjects

Category: Self-help


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African Writers in Exile by Chinedu Ogoke

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Title:  African Writers in Exile

Author: Chinedu Ogoke

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 6.1 x 9.2

Number of Pages: 222

Publication Year: February 28, 2011

Publisher: Piraeus Books LLC

 ISBN: 978-0983185314

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Short Description: Chinedu Ogoke’s book discusses the psychic, physical, and metaphorical exile of the African writer. Its starting point is the fact that African writers face numerous problems in their desire to be creative. In the post-colonial era, global politics and the quest for profits have led to social disorders, persecution, and worsening economic conditions in Africa. This has forced writers from the continent to move to the West in search of peace and a chance to reach a larger audience. But while the West offers improved access to publishers, exiled writers have to deal with difficult issues of language and culture in their work. Lacking the support of the traditional African family, many feel unfulfilled and simply lost in their new surroundings. Ironically, they also feel excluded from literary activities in the place they have left. African Writers in Exile traces the paths taken by these excluded artists and the implications they may have for the future of African literature. Ogoke also analyzes their arguments for economic and political reform in various African countries. At the root of these proposals is a desire to establish political structures that will remove barriers to creative pursuits while enhancing social and political progress for all in Africa.


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Learning the Law in Nigeria by Kehinde Adegbite

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Title:  Learning the Law in Nigeria

Author: Kehinde Adegbite

Genre: Non-fiction (Self-help)

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 6 x 9

Number of Pages: 427

Publication Year: April 28, 2015

Publisher: Princeton Publishing Company, Lagos

ISBN: 978-978-53316-7-7

Available at: University bookshops nationwide or Call/Text Kehinde +2348078208953

Short Description: Ignorance of law is not an excuse but how can Nigerians know the country’s laws, if a book of this nature is not available? This book is designed for everybody, Nigerians and non-Nigerians, written in a simple language and easy-to-follow style. It gives a panoramic view of the Nigerian law. It provides a reliable companion for everyone who has relationship with Nigeria in any way. It also discusses topical and contemporary issues of law such as law and IVF, law and surrogacy, e-commerce and law, pre-nuptial agreement, rights of patients, euthanasia, marital rape, freedom of information law, limping marriages, employees’ rights and so on. It provides guidelines for those who may be interested in taking up a degree in the profession. For those who may want to handle some of their legal issues by themselves, it provides directions. In addition, the book provides simple meanings to a long list of legal terms, numbering over 600.

The book is meant for all – non-lawyers, aspiring law students, law students and young lawyers.


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Eclipse at Noonday (Short Title) by Mike Uriel Ogbechie

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Title:  Eclipse at Noonday: Biafra, Diaries of Unwritten Stories

Author: Mike Uriel Ogbechie

Genre: Non-fiction (Memoir)

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 6 x 9

Number of Pages: 313

Publication Year: June 12, 2012

Publisher: Xlibris

ISBN: 978-1-469138084

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Short Description: A true life story of events that happened during the Biafra/Nigeria war otherwise called the Nigerian civil war. It chronicles several terrible events never before reported. There is also the background historical antecedents that eventually culminated in the civil war. The war while it lasted was not all about killing, maiming, hunger, and starvation, and the various sadistic behaviours that were exhibited including, regrettably, cannibalism. There was unbelievably so much fun, music, and profession of love, lots of which are captured for comic relief. I refer to it as Africa’s version of ‘gone with the wind.’


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The Tragedy of Victory by Godwin Alabi-Isama

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The tragedy of victoryTitle: The Tragedy of Victory

Author: Godwin Alabi-Isama

Genre: Non-Fiction (Memoir)

Format:  Paperback

Book Dimension: NA

Number of Pages: 704

Publication Year:  October 24, 2013

Publisher: Spectrum Books, Ibadan

ISBN: 9789789260058

Available at: Online on and Writehouse

Short Description: The Tragedy of Victory: On-the-Spot Account of the Nigeria-Biafra War in the Atlantic Theatre is a chronological narrative of the war that lasted from July 6, 1967 to January 15, 1970. With about 500 photographs and maps and facts, told with accuracy, the well-organised and efficient Third Marine Commandos, earlier commanded by Col. Benjamin Adekunle (with Lt. Col. G. Alabi-Isama, as the Chief of Staff) had already controlled the Atlantic coast from Bonny to Calabar before Col. Olusegun Obasanjo’s arrival as the new commander.

The book is a rich manual, a repository of invaluable information, a document that gives a precise and veritable first-person account of the Nigerian civil war, in the Atlantic theatre. It is a must for every serving and retired member of the armed forces to own. Other Nigerians and international bodies will find it particularly useful in reconstructing the events of Nigeria’s civil war.

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