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A book. A Column, Another book. A blog. There is too much racism, injustice, environmental damage, hypocrisy and the like out there to stay silent. So I am not going to. Because I can – and I care enough to want to.Read more →
Having harboured a desire to write for half a lifetime, BusinessDay gave me the opportunity with a weekly column. In 2007 these comments on Nigerian business, politics and society were collected and published. Many of them are as relevant to day as they were then.Learn more →
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It’s not just about me. I am proud of what my sons, Tom and George are doing as well as many of my mates’ children or even my old friends and contacts. This what they are up to or at least the links to their work or what’s influencing them.
- Building the friendship with Seun Kuti & crossing the generational divide in Nigeria.
- “Is it a British thing to want to use colour to get your way?” – A Question from the house at the Launch of “NQTI”
- “People don’t understand when we talk about corruption …… No! It’s been one whole life struggle” Prof Wole Soyinka.
- Why I was told never to drink the coffee in Guinness Nigeria: the poisoning saga. Extracts from the Lagos launch of NQTI
- Three Igbo Sisters at the National Theatre