The Sayings of the Wise is a collection of Ibibio - a Nigerian language- proverbs and idioms. It is written by Anietie Akpabio.
Written by Anietie Akpabio
Marshall Press, 8 Paul Bassey Street, Uyo
Source: Internet Archives (Free Public Domain Book)
Social Media Usage Guide for Health Workers is an open access resource and tool for healthcare professionals who wish to engage and share accurate health information or correct medical misinformation on social media.
It was written and designed by Healthhub Africa - A network of innovators, leaders, influencers and key players in the health sector, collaborating to advance #SDG 3; Good health and Well being
Everybody who desires to learn how to increase their love life, happiness, friendship and interactions in this busy world should grab this thought-provoking book which is bound to transform the way you deliberately build your relationships.
Written by Uma, Uche Gabriel aka UCdMC
The Real History of Ijebu Igbo attempts to trace the origins of Ijebu Igbo which is in Ogun state, Nigeria. It is written by Hon Osifeso Olukorede ,Chairman CAC Ijebu North, Ogun state, Nigeria.
Source: Internet Archives - Free Public Domain
Format,Conversion and Book cover: Crater Library & Publisher
Anna Hinderer Nee Martin was a missionary who lived in Yorubaland with her clergy husband, Rev. David Hinderer who worked in connection with the Church Missionary Society in Yoruba (Lagos- Ibadan- Abeokuta, all in Nigeria).
This is a chronicle of Anna Hinderer's life as a missionary in Yorubaland. After years of illness, she passed on the 6th of June 1870 at the age of 43.
The present Igbo dictionary is a much revised and expanded version of the Igbo dictionary published by Kay Williamson, Ethiope Press, Benin City in 1972. Professor Williamson died in early January 2005, with it
still unpublished. The revision was prepared in the 1970s and 1980s and was typed camera-ready in a manuscript submitted to the same publishers in 1983. The publishers first delayed in responding and then
finally admitted they had lost the copy. So only a photocopy of the original typed version exists.
Worry has been expressed over the reliance on foreign journals which are products of research carried out in and around those societies, when there are so many local journals in and about the country. One of the reasons for this discrepancy is the invisibility of local journals published in Nigeria. Researchers in most cases are only aware of the journals published within their environment or online. Nigeria is a big country with many academic institutions and research institutes that make frequent journal publications. This work “A GUIDE TO NIGERIAN JOURNALS & INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES” is an attempt to promote the use of local journals in Nigeria. The publication has collected all the journal titles with their table of contents published locally within 2017/2018 in the field of Agriculture, Engineering, Arts, Science & technology, biology and life sciences, information science etc.
Share Anonymous Initiative is an ongoing project that is transforming society's understanding and
response to sexual and domestic violence through storytelling, data, and technology. This free e-resource is guide and tool for survivors and victims of sexual and domestic violence to track their progress and compare themselves to others who have experienced the same things, they could learn more about how to improve their outcomes.
Victor Banjo: An Untold Account of the Nigerian Civil War concentrates on Victor Banjo between 1966 and 1967 when he died. The first issue is Victor Banjo’s role in the January, 1966 coup. Yesufu completely exonerates Victor Banjo of any role in the January 1966 coup. Yesufu tried to explain many events which may never be completely understood. The documents are not available to do proper research into these complicated issues. The events of the coup and the aftermath, the details of the Benin invasion, the trial of Banjo and three others will never be fully documented. Yesufu’s book is a welcome addition to the literature about these controversies.
An Introductory Text to Protestant History and Reformed Theology to help modern charismatic African Christians understand that Christianity did not begin in 1900. It commemorates the Protestant Reformation which began