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Book Review : ”Sweet Crude’ Odyssey,’ A Thriller by Alex Sochi

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‘Sweet Crude’ Odyssey by Alex Sochi begins when Bruce is approached by an individual who calls himself Steve, while hanging out with his girlfriend at a bar in Bonny Island, Nigeria. Steve knows that Bruce Abel Telema had been fired from his job at an oil engineering firm, and tells him that if he keeps on the drinking path he ... Read More »

Book Review: An African Affair by Nina Darnton

At an embassy party, reporter Lindsay Cameron begins to investigate a murder. Read More »

Book Review: Up-Country Girl: A Personal Journey and Truthful Portrayal of African Culture by Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe

Up-Country Girl tells of the achievements and developments in the life of an African girl from a rural farming community. Read More »

Music Review: Asa – Beautiful Imperfection

Nigerian songstress redefines the concept of beauty with her stunning sophomore album, Beautiful Imperfection. Read More »

Halliburton, Shell, Other Top Execs Held on Nigerian Bribe Schemes

Executives of major gas, oil, and shipping companies may be involved in illegal scheming. Read More »

DVD Review: Lost Kingdoms of Africa

The precolonial history of Africa's great civilizations as see on the BBC Lost Kingdoms of Africa. Read More »

IBM for a Smarter African Continent?

With I.B.M. expanding into sub-Saharan Africa, can the continent revitalize its economy with telecom as an engine? Read More »

Book Review: Doing Dangerously Well by Carole Enahoro

The basis for three good books in this one, instead they've been crammed under one cover and the whole suffers accordingly. Read More »

Music Review: Michael Olatuja — Speak

A debut album that winningly combines the music of several cultures. Read More »

Book Review: The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A journey into African worlds we don't often have a chance to explore. Read More »