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Top 10 Books of 2018

Top 10 Books of  2018

When reading a book, there are two important elements that excite every reader: compelling writing and fresh storytelling. It is always a great pleasure when you open a good book and find it hard to put it down. The only question is how do you...

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Evening of Poetry at Bookville World

Evening of Poetry at Bookville World

Poetry is all around us but hardly noticed because it is considered to be a private affair. This was the verdict of the audience who gathered at the premises of Bookville World in Port Harcourt on 10th February 2018 to celebrate literary works...

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Our Must Read Top 10 Books of 2017

Our Must Read Top 10 Books of 2017

Our Top 10 Books of 2017 As the year wound down, many people took out their notebooks and jotted down their new year resolutions. Well, that doesn’t mean that they actually resolved most of what they had planned for 2017, but A for effort, right?...

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Food as Medicine

Food as Medicine

Right from antiquity to the present, special medicinal properties have been attributed to certain types of food. This has given rise to several recipes, which have been handed down from generations targeted at all manner of health conditions such...

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The Virtues of Silence

The Virtues of Silence

On radio and television; voice and text messages on mobile telephones; e-mails, in chat rooms, and on social network sites on the internet the conversations never stop. But here in Africa with our strong oral tradition, conversations are the...

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Equal but not the Same

Equal but not the Same

For the first time in recorded history, men and women even in societies with strong traditions in Africa, are equally educated and doing the same jobs. In April 2009, Aero Contractors a commercial airline operating in Nigeria proudly announced...

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Life is a ‘terminal disease’

Life is a ‘terminal disease’

“These are strange times, when we are healthier than ever but more anxious about our health”. Roy Porter’s opening statement in his chronicle of medical history from antiquity to the present sums the present state of humanity in relation to...

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