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The Long Harmattan Season Published

05-25-2007 04:05 PM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: The Long Harmattan Season

/ PR Agency: Woodhouse Consulting

The Long Harmattan Season, a book by Uche Nworah, Nigeria's controversial internet columnist has been published.

The book which is divided into six main sections – Gender Related, Internal Affairs, Pot Pourri, Nigerian Politics for Dummies, Shinning Through and Writes of Reply opens with Feminism and Man which chronicles the author’s early experiences of women empowerment in Nigeria.

There is a bit of everything in Nworah’s book for everybody, particularly lovers of African literature. Evidence of Nworah’s distinctive prose style shines through in the 308-page compilation. He is witty and at the same time serious, his conversational approach in the stories carry readers along and also make for easy reading.

The book is available on amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and in other fine bookshops.

A short story collection and satirical commentaries about Nigerians in the diaspora and at home.

Sunny Ogbu
Woodhouse Consulting
Suite C19, EMAB Plaza
Wuse 2, Abuja - Nigeria
www.uchenworah.com

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