Posted by News Express | 21 February 2018 | 1,407 times
Dignitaries all over Nigeria will descend on Lagos on Thursday, March 1, 2018, to honour veteran journalist and Nigeria’s longest running columnist, Chief Adetola Adeniyi, who will publicly present his 1238-page compendium: In the Belly of Vultures at the NECA House events hall, Alausa, Ikeja.
Adjudged by book makers as “the book of the Century”, In the Belly of Vultures is a collection of some of Tola Adeniyi’s more than 13, 000 articles spanning 50 years. The book has articles on politics, history, religion, philosophy, political economy and discourses on agitations and self determination issues in Nigeria and other nations.
Chief Tola Adeniyi markedly stands out as a campaigner for a new political architecture in Nigeria and lends his pen in support of self-determination for the diverse ethnic nationalities federating in the country. His columns strongly advocate probity in public life and his pen brawls for resource control. In the Belly of Vultures archives the unending contrivance to gormandise Nigeria’s patrimony and its league of scavengers that have destroyed the country’s cherished values. It is a veritable collector’s item for communication scholars, researchers and those who want to know why Nigeria is in the throes of vampires
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