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One Day And A Story

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293 pages6 hours

Summary

One Day And A Story: Reminiscences of an African Journalist, opens the window to Nigeria and Africa of the 1980s when the continent was dominated by strong men and dictatorial regimes. This is a book that provides a vantage point to observe history in the making, with a colourful parade of characters; Dele Giwa, Buhari, Babangida, Vasta, Orka, Awolowo, Obasanjo, Imoudu, Dasuki, Mandela, Gani, Mobutu, Eyadema, Felix Houphouet-Boigny and many more that define the early deays of Babarinsa's career as a first class journalist. This is a great work that encapsulates the meaning and character of journalism in Africa's greatest Country, with the attendant danger, glamour and adventure.

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