5 edition of Memoirs of the Nigerian-Biafran bureaucrat found in the catalog.
by Spectrum Books in association with Safari Books (Export) in Ibadan
Written in English
|Other titles||Nigerian-Biafran bureaucrat :|
|Statement||Godwin Alaoma Onyegbula.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.E3 O593 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
On 1 June Madame Roland was arrested for her involvement in the French Revolution and on 8 November she went to the guillotine. During her 6 month imprisonment she wrote these memoirs. This is the first modern English translation. Approximately half of the pages concern the author's upbringing in a Parisian bourgeois family and her marriage to the bureaucrat Jean-Marie Roland de la 2/5(1). The problem of armed crime in late twentieth-century Nigeria was closely connected to the events of the Nigerian Civil War (–). Legal records from the secessionist Republic of Biafra reveal how violent crime emerged as part of the military confrontation between Biafra and Nigeria.
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Godwin Alaoma Onyegbula was formerly General Ojukwu’s top civilian aide and confidant, and Biafra’s chief ambassador. In this account, he conveys his intimate knowledge on questions such as the Biafran resistance and whether Ojukwu was involved in the coup of 15 January Autobiography and memoir There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra by Chinua Achebe - review Memoir and history are brought together by a master story-teller, writes Noo Saro-Wiwa.
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From the book "the Nigerian-Biafran Bureaucrat, Memoirs of Ambassador Godwin A. Onyegbula", with the forward written by Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu.
Captivating, inspiring,motivating and honest memoirs of a bureaucrat. Inside view of corridors of power in a government and Interesting read for all and specifically for young and aspiring civics servants. 2 people found this helpfulReviews: 5.
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13 Interview with Jerome H. Okolo, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (an honorific equivalent to Queen's Counsel, hereafter SAN), Enugu, 17 Sept. "The memoirs of Barrister (Colonel) Patrick Anwunah embodying the entire story and history of the Nigeria-Biafra war () from the Biafran perspective, has come out on time to draw the attention of all Nigerians to the biblical truths enshrined in the book of Proverbs that righteously exalted a nation while sin or (crimes) is reproach on.
In Truth for Justice and Recognition: A Memoir of a Nigerian-Biafran Ambassador. Ma ; Others; By stviseri; But in the home Tutuola’s other Nigerians were in the beginning embarrassed. Several intelligent Nigerians were simply horrified by the book.
They deplored his crudities, his lack of inhibition and the folktale schedule of his.Among the books collected during the ASCL library’s acquisition trip of last year to Nigeria are some (auto)biographical documents about working in the Nigerian civil service.
Two of them are Memoirs of mixed blessings () and Living the dream (). What is it like to be a civil servant in Nigeria? An uncertain environment ‘Memoirs of mixed blessings’ is the very readable.