Cover reveal…Thoughts?

This is the cover of my #truedream novel, Basis for Love

What do y’all think?

Cover by Baseline Creatives 2018

 

LET’S BoGo Buy one of my books by clicking on BoGo and you will get a FREE copy of another book of the same price value when the promo ends on August 31. The more buy, the more free. BoGo Now!

Buy Battered

Get Scattered FREE

Or vice versa.

Advertisements

The Duke of Excellence on #BridgingtheGap

I just subscribed…I want you to, too. Thank you.

Watch the video and subscribe:

Bridging The Gap Episode 1: Click HERE to watch this video by a man with vision and passion.

e more reason

I know because I lived in Calabar at the time of @DonaldDuke as Governor of Cross River State 1999-2007.

#DonaldDukeforNigerianPresident2019 #Everyonematters #AleaderIadmire #Achiever #Wheremyvotewillgo #GetyourPVC

LET’S BoGo!!!

#BoGo is ON! BuyOneGetOne…buy one of my books on okadabooks and get one of same value FREE at the end of the promo on August 31

Choose from forty great books. When you buy one, we will give you one free, same value of purchase applies.

Prices range from N150-N500.

Spread the good news.

Hurry!

#BoGo now:

This is Nigeria! See how we living naa!!!

The first day of Governor Donald Duke as the number one citizen of Cross River State was different. He went to work early and closed late. He had set a precedence. Cross River State was going to be placed on the map of the world as a destination. And the man to make it happen just climbed the throne. So when he says we deserve better, he knows what he’s saying.

I know because I lived in Calabar at the time of @DonaldDuke as Governor of Cross River State 1999-2007.

#DonaldDukeforNigerianPresident2019 #Everyonematters #AleaderIadmire #Achiever #Wheremyvotewillgo #GetyourPVC

A dry new year…the bend before change

January 1, 1998 was a Thursday. Beautiful day in Calabar. It was a public holiday. The previous week had been eventful for me but I was back to base. Gone to work the day before and had to the day after. Fiancé Folarin was away for the holidays. Long story short, I was “alone” in Calabar. There was nothing, practically, to do. I remember loneliness consumed me like a fever. I went to Urua Watt (Watt Market) roamed around for a bit, bought a packet of Buttermint sweet and returned to my one-room accommodation.

Things were about to change for me and Calabar…when Donald Duke became the state governor in 1999.

I know because I lived in Calabar at the time of @DonaldDuke as Governor of Cross River State 1999-2007.

#DonaldDukeforNigerianPresident2019 #Everyonematters #AleaderIadmire #Achiever #Wheremyvotewillgo #GetyourPVC

 

Calabar as I met it

In the year 1999, Nigeria finally got their electioneering the closest to “right.” The military returned to their barracks, and we had a democratic government. I was apprehensive. It was so bad I didn’t really care. Then Strabag, the construction company, rolled their equipment into the streets of Calabar, making roads which even cyclists refuse to ply become thorough way. Electricity project kicked off – before then only Calabar had access to NEPA. Borehole Water businesses started to pack up as water projects started.

And I started to pay attention…I did!!!

I know because I lived in Calabar at the time of @DonaldDuke as Governor of Cross River State 1999-2007.

#DonaldDukeforNigerianPresident2019 #Everyonematters #AleaderIadmire #Achiever #Wheremyvotewillgo #GetyourPVC