Nigeria has several social activists all striving to trigger a change in their country; their main weapon has been their pen, so they write. They write about gender discrimination, political corruption, poverty, social inequality and energy problems...
Believing that there is always victory in unity, the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Nigeria office brought diverse Nigerian writers together facilitated by the people from Booksprint to write on the country they know and love. This group of eight Nigerians - Rafeeat Aliyu, Fola Lawal, Kalu Aja, Chioma Agwuegbo, Pearl Osibu, Yas Niger, Elnathan Jonh, and Azeenarh Mohammed - with a common vision, worked together to inspire change. Together they wrote and wrote for five days, day and night and they found “Nameless”.
You can download a pdf or epub version or stop by the hbs Nigeria offices to pick up a copy
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