“I must say I find television very educational. The minute somebody turns it on, I go into the library and read a good book.”
Thinking of something to gift to the person that already has everything?
Wondering what to do when we go back in Lock Down in January?
Why not go for Keefy’s Memoirs?
The story of my relationship with Nigeria from my first visit in 1982, just before Buhari’s coup, to leaving my position as CEO of Guinness Nigeria Plc. in 2005 is sometimes controversial but attempts to honestly answer many of those questions that people are afraid to ask.
“Never Quite The Insider” is available on this Website with both Hardback and Softback versions drastically reduced. There is still time for me to sign it (email me any special message requests) and run down to the Post Office.
For non-UK orders send me an email and I will check postage and send at cost but with no certainty for Christmas.
Here are a couple of snippets from the Lagos book launch from my You Tube channel.
This first is a long and, I have to admit, a somewhat rambling answer to two questions about racism and colonisation. I choose this because it reflects my struggle to tackle difficult issues honestly and recognising that my career in Nigeria was a journey and along it, I often had to learn from the experience including my mistakes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIDGWiOoxPI&t=129s
The second clip is of Professor Wole Soyinka’s presentation at the same event. I was deeply honoured and utterly humbled that Prof wanted to do this and he was very generous in his comments. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2Q3noRzkn0&t=157s
More clips are available on my You Tube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChF15u8WNnT0n2-MzVe-h6w?view_as=subscriber