Niran Adedokun reads latest book at Rovingheights in Abuja

This Sunday, July 7 promises to be a literary delight as acclaimed author Niran Adedokun graces Rovingheights Abuja Bookstore for a book reading and signing session of his latest work, Ethnicity Eats, Corruption Feasts: A Columnist’s Insights on Nigeria.

The event is set to take place at 1pm, at the City Centre Mall in Garki.

Adedokun, known for his profound insights and gripping narratives, will engage with readers and discuss the themes of his new book, which delves into the intricate dynamics of ethnicity and corruption. 

This event, to be moderated by Stephen Angbulu, offers a unique opportunity for literature enthusiasts to meet the author, gain deeper understanding of his work and get their copies signed.

Copies of Ethnicity Eats, Corruption Feasts are available for purchase at Rovingheights Bookstore and online.

The book, a new release under the Prima Imprint of the publisher, marks Adedokun’s second thought-provoking collection of essays, following his 2020 success, Danfo Driver in All of Us.

In Ethnicity Eats, Corruption Feasts, Adedokun delves deep into the intricate relationship between ethnicity and politics in Nigeria, shedding light on how this dynamic shapes the nation’s socio-economic landscape. The essays expose the pervasive corruption infiltrating every aspect of Nigerian society and the devastating impacts on the country’s development.

Adedokun’s incisive analysis offers readers a unique perspective on Nigeria’s past, present and future. He critically examines the paradox of Nigerians’ overt religiousness amidst a backdrop of enduring vices, challenging readers to consider how they can contribute to the nation’s betterment.

Niran Adedokun, a seasoned public relations practitioner, lawyer and writer, brings his extensive experience and keen insights to this compelling collection. 

His previous works include Ladies Calling the Shots, The Danfo Driver in All of Us and Other Essays, The Law Is an Ass and The Man, the Soldier, the Patriot: Biography of Lt Gen Ibrahim Attahiru. Adedokun is also the co-author of An Unusual Biography: Wale Adenuga (MFR) and Every Journalist Should Write a Book.

Narrative Landscape Press, founded in 2016 by Anwuli Ojogwu and Dr. Eghosa Imasuen, continues its mission to amplify African voices. The Lagos-based independent publisher is home to renowned authors such as Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Oyinkan Braithwaite and Yejide Kilanko. 

For more information, visit or follow @NarrativeLscape and @Rovingheights on social media.


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