In the ghetto: A Nigerian experience by Olumide Om'tayo Samuel

In the ghetto: A Nigerian experience

byOlumide Om'tayo Samuel

Kobo ebook | February 1, 2015

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In the ghetto is a relational nonfictional work on the lives of the people in the slum and/or ghetto in Nigeria. It is a bland realistic recount of a bona-fide and present ghetto resident with same experiences in a few other ghettos within the country. The book expunges all about the joy, sadness, solidarity, structures, economic status, education and the general mentality of the ghetto dwellers, among other facts, in Nigeria. The experiences recorded in this work are relatable to other ghettos in Africa and by extension the larger world. This book is like an expository manual for those not too familiar with the realistic situations of ghettos in Africa, the third world countries and particularly the most populous black nation in the world, Nigeria. Honestly, if you wish to get first hand reports of the slum/ghetto situation in Nigeria, this book should be your first point of consultation... get it right away!

Title:In the ghetto: A Nigerian experienceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 1, 2015Publisher:The Real Buildmark Concept(TRBC)Language:English

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ISBN:9990049869557

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