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September Pick : Wings Of The Night Sky by Jessica Tagbajumi + Five Questions with Jessica September 19, 2019 – Posted in: Interview

Our book for the month of September is Wings Of The Night Sky by Jessica Tagbajumi. It is a Young Adult Adventure Fantasy story. Synopsis: When Omiete answers the call that takes her on a journey to a magical kingdom of Aondo, she is faced with a new reality and purpose – to rescue the Guardian of the Keepers who protect the Kingdom in the sky and ultimately defeat the evil Dadan and his horde…

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August Pick : In the Name of our Father by Olukorede Yishau August 12, 2019 – Posted in: Book Of The Month

Our book for the month of August is IN THE NAME OF OUR FATHER by Olukorede Yishau. IN THE NAME OF OUR FATHER has been described by POSTERITY MEDIA as a metaphor of a fallen society. The desire to become a novelist suddenly seizes Justus Omoeko. He wants another title other than a journalist for which thousands know him. He is soon inspired by the story of a popular prophet in town and decides to write…

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How To Be A Nigerian : The Nigerian Neighbour  February 8, 2018 – Posted in: How To Be A Nigerian - Kawe Version

In the month of October 2017,  we read HOW TO BE A NIGERIAN by PETER ENAHORO. We loved the humour and we decided to expand the stories by starting our own HOW TO BE A NIGERIAN SERIES – THE KAWE VERSION.   ENJOY!!!  The Nigerian Neighbour by Sholape Abidakun.  In other parts of the world, when a family moves into a new house, neighbors around come visiting, bearing cookies and cake. They are also invited…

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Irrationality of Love – Discussing In Dependence by Sarah Ladipo Mayinka  February 3, 2018 – Posted in: In Dependence

I like to think that there’s nothing rational about love or loving. We just love and Ignore all the pseudo-reasons – Victor Adewale. We totally agree with the above quote by Victor Adewale. Using the case of TAYO AND VANESSA in IN DEPENDENCE.  Tayo was a Nigerian and Vanessa was British.  Theirs was a love that saw beyond the skin colour.  Theirs was a subtle love that defied RACE and DISTANCE.  What Irrational thing 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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