Austin Avuru to grace CORA BookTrek as special guest on August 30

The Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) will host Mr Austin Avuru, the distinguished Founder & Executive Chairman of A.A Holdings, as the Special Guest at the upcoming 7th CORA BookTrek event. 

According to CORA, scheduled for August 30, 2023, at 4 pm, the event will take place at the esteemed RovingHeights Bookstore, located at Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

CORA BookTrek is a platform that brings together accomplished authors and an engaged audience to delve into the narratives behind their literary works. Mr. Avuru, a notable figure in the business and literary world, will discuss his latest book, My Entrepreneurship Journey, shedding light on pivotal moments in his life and career that have shaped his storytelling prowess.

The event’s audience is expected to comprise a diverse mix of corporate professionals, business leaders, book enthusiasts, avid readers, and individuals with a keen interest in literature. The proceedings will encompass readings, comprehensive reviews, and engaging discussions centred around Mr. Avuru’s book, which CORA’s organisers have carefully chosen for its insightful exploration of both historical and contemporary perspectives on the African experience.

CORA has consistently orchestrated such events to encourage deeper literary appreciation and foster broader public engagement with written works. Previous editions have seen prominent authors like Vincent Maduka, Simon Kolawole, Ben Egbuna, Musikilu Mojeed, Uche Nwokedi, and Wole Soyinka engage audiences in thought-provoking discussions.

In their official communication, Toyin Akinosho, the Secretary-General of CORA, expressed the organisation’s eagerness to receive Mr Avuru’s confirmation of the invitation.

The 7th CORA BookTrek promises to be an intellectually enriching occasion, as attendees can anticipate an insightful dialogue between Mr. Austin Avuru and the audience, further cementing CORA’s commitment to nurturing literary culture and encouraging discourse on the African narrative.

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