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By Nkem Egenuka
Today, we celebrate some Nigerian thinkers for their giant strides and outstanding contributions to our country through literature, political engagements, the formulation of economic policies and condemnation of corruption and other obstacles to development. Great Nigerian Thinkers
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What are you reading this week? Check out the top three books, selected for you by our librarian. You can find these awesome titles and more at our Community Library at 196 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. Fiction
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The novel opens in Enugu in 2001 and follows a young woman named Mma. Her parents separated when she was just a baby and, despite the presence of serious boyfriend Obi, she is left quite alone after her mother Ezi’s untimely death.
By Nkem Egenuka
Dyslexia is a learning disability characterized by difficulties with reading and writing composition, as well as high levels of creativity and ‘big picture’ thinking. Coping with dyslexia can be challenging, but it is possible.
By Nkem Egenuka
Valentine’s Day is here again! A day separated from others to show love. It is a day in which spouses show love to each other, boyfriends propose, girlfriends get proposed to, people show love to their families, to the needy and so on.  
By Nkem Egenuka
It’s Valentine week and love is in the air!
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Dr. Bekolari Ransome-Kuti died on 10 February 2006. He was a medical doctor known for his work as a human rights activist. Dr. Beko was born in Abeokuta, Nigeria and attended Abeokuta Grammar School, Coventry Technical College, and Manchester University, where he became a medical doctor.
By Nkem Egenuka
 Crossing the Bar Sunset and evening star    And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar,    When I put out to sea,
By Nkem Egenuka
What are you reading this week? Check out the top three books we can't wait to read, selected for you by our librarian Fiction I Do Not Come to You by Chance by Nwaubani, Adaobi Tricia
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  Caught between the anvil and the hammer In the forging house of a new life Transforming the pangs that delivered me Into the joy of new songs The trapping of the past, tender and tenuous

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