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March 2020: The Orchid Protocol by Onochie Onyekwena March 9, 2020 – Posted in: Book Of The Month, Uncategorized

We are super delighted to announce that for the month of March, we are reading The Orchid Protocol by Onochie Onyekwena. The Blurb: DCT agent Patrick Emenalo returns to work on the same day there is a bombing at a popular fast food joint in Lagos. Dark Cell, a terrorist group, claims responsibility and demands the release of Red Baron, arms smuggler and crime boss. Patrick, caught in a game whose rules are set by…

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December Author Spotlight : Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani December 5, 2019 – Posted in: Author Spotlight, Uncategorized

Adaobi Tricia Obinne Nwaubani is a Nigerian novelist, humorist, essayist and journalist. Her debut novel, I Do Not Come to you by Chance, won the 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book (Africa), a Betty Trask First Book award, and was named by the Washington Post as one of the Best Books of 2009. Her debut Young Adult novel, Buried Beneath the Baobab Tree, based on interviews with girls kidnapped by Boko Haram, was…

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Kawerians Talk 1 : On Books that changed the way they see the world! June 24, 2019 – Posted in: Literary Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Part of the magic of being a book lover is having people to discuss the books with. It’s magical. At Kawe Africa, we do everything within our power to keep bookish conversations alive! Kawerians Talk is a weekly series dedicated to sharing answers given by faithful kawerians on some exciting bookish and literary questions. As we all know, books have the power to transform, to shift world views, to change perspectives. On books that have…

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INTRODUCING KAWE BOOK CLUB November 8, 2017 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Thank You for stopping by our little corner of the internet. Kawe Book Club is part of the KaweAfrica group. Kawe Africa is a social enterprise that is aimed at developing human  capacity on the continent by encouraging Africans from a very young age to embrace the culture of reading. The reading culture has the ability to librate the minds of our future leaders and empower them to take charge of their lives and become…

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