Consisting of a collection of e-mails, essays, and other communications, History and Truth in Nigeria is an intriguing dialogue in which two Nigerian nationals are determined to set the record straight as to some of the fallacies currently clouding Nigerian history.
Over drinks at the legendary Lagos Lawn Tennis Club in Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria, Ebho Abure and Agbose Akinwole relentlessly debated various issues surrounding the Nigerian Civil War and coups of 1966 with the high-standing members of the club, and in the process, something groundbreaking happened. Each discussant came up with compelling arguments offering an alternative historical accounts and analysis to what is currently on public record. Now, their arguments are presented in book form for the wider audience to participate in.
Ebho Abure is a gas and oil engineer who received his professional training at the old University of Ife in Nigeria and at Texas A & I University and the University of Oklahoma in the United States of America. Agbose Akinwole, who holds masters degrees in management at Uniben, Benin and Unilag, Lagos, is a management consultant, professional trainer, and an author. Their views are obviously affected by the professional training and life experiences in defense of what is truthful.
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About the Author
Ebho Abure, is a gas and oil engineer. He received his professional training at the old University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) in Ile-Ife Nigeria as well as in Texas A&I University, Kingsville Texas (now part of the Texas A&M University system), and the University of Oklahoma, Norma Oklahoma, USA. Agbose Akinwole, who holds masters degrees in management at Uniben, Benin and Unilag, Lagos, is a management consultant, professional trainer, and an author. They are both Nigerian nationals and the coauthors of History and Truth in Nigeria, a collection of e-mails and communications concerning ongoing debates by influential figures at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club in Onikan, Lagos Nigeria and other participants, within and outside Nigeria, in the discourse.