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A Fatherless People

A Fatherless People offers a profound insight into Nigeria’s historical evolution. The strength of the book is in its lucid and unbiased narrative from archives of those who were principal participants in cobbling disparate groups to form a country. More than anything, it gives an opportunity for Nigerians to know where the rain began to beat them, and hopeful remedy a country that continually remains a “potential.”

Emmanuel Ogbeche

Journalist, literary critic. Editor, the Abuja Inquirer

A Fatherless People

No nation can work out where it is trying to get to, if it doesn’t know where it is coming from. A Fatherless People is a timely and valuable addition to the literature on the history of Nigeria, and offers precious navigational assistance on the journey towards understanding how the Nigeria of today was made.

Akintunde Akinkunmi

Author of Hubris: A Brief Political History of the Nigerian Army.

Join us…Nigeria Tour Dates and Venues


Date: Tuesday, June 12th, 2018
Time: 12.00 noon
Venue: Terra Culture, 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.


Date: Thursday, June 19th, 2018
Time: 11.00am
Venue: Baze University, Cadastral Zone C 00, 686 Jabi Airport Road Bypass, Abuja

Date: Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Time: 4.30pm
Venue: Savannah suites. 8, Faskari Street, Garki, Area 3, Abuja


Date: Tuesday, June 26th, 2018
Time: 2.00pm
Venue: Bridge Waters Hotel. Plot C/2B Garden Avenue, G.R.A, Enugu.


Books are available at:
•Jumia Nigeria
•Jiji Nigeria
•Amazon UK
•Waterstones UK
•Book stores near you


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  1. whocares

    June 8, 2018 at 12:48 pm

    ooh this will be good. i got a copy of the book on amazon and i love it!!! I think if you are below 40, you miss out on some key Nigerian history and so i love this book. The woke bae in me is loving all the history and the fact that is is as much as possible unbiased, factual information but so intelligent as well. I have not finished it yet so i cannot give a more accurate review but when i have i will. Point is, if you are in naija, you love nigerian politics, debate or otherwise, love history – go to the book tour
    I am not even getting paid for this o. gods see my life! lol

  2. nedy

    June 8, 2018 at 6:20 pm

    I have never seen a history book that is so factual, well referenced and easy to read. It debunked a lot of history-lies that we were told in Nigeria. This book should be part of the educational curriculum in Nigeria. I am not missing the book tour.

    • Austin J Otah, Esq

      June 9, 2018 at 1:03 am

      great minds…I just thought of our educational system and as I posted saw you’d got there first!

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