A book is a work of art requiring a lot of discipline and painstaking dedication and commitment in all the segments associated with the process – writing, post writing, proofing, editing, graphic illustration and the initial dummy. Our book, Fatality of Nigerian Oil Subsidy Politics passed through the blast furnace and came out as a 76-page monument chronicling the scam associated with oil subsidy in Nigeria and ANEEJ attempt to sustain the resolve of the Nigeria people to unravel the remote and immediate causes of the sordid era. Written by the Rev David Ugolor & Leo Atakpu, Fatality of Nigerian Oil Subsidy Politics is an analysis that would be hard to put down…
On Thursday the 27th April, 2017 the Africa Network for Environment & Economic Justice, ANEEJ, launched Fatality of Nigerian Oil Subsidy Politics at the Dennis hotel Abuja. The book was published with support from Justice for All (J4A) – a window support from the British department for International Development (DFID).
Find here links to the Rev David Ugolor’s welcome address at the book launch and press review: