We’ll have music, reading, spoken word and a very special performance. There’ll also be pre-event cocktails and a fun photobooth. You’ll only need to be prepared to buy at least (of course you can buy more) copy of the novel. – Tunde
I’m really excited about this. The first time i heard Tunde Leye speak was on Channels television with the CEO of OkadaBooks, Okechukwu Ofili. It was Channels Book Club on Channels televison. Tunde Leye and Okechukwu Ofili shared their thoughts on their works and happenings in the publishing industry in Nigeria at the popular Patabah bookshop at Shoprite, Surulere.
There, Ofili pointed out that Nigerians read and “To say Nigerians Don’t read is ‘The Biggest Lie’ anyone could tell” You can watch the Video here.
That was in 2013. In 2014 there was another program on Channels he was on and I’ve been following since then. With over two million hits on his blog, Tunde has written lots of books, including Golden Sands and the Novella Yobachi – based on the early life of one of Nigerian writing legends.
Tunde is inviting us all to the launch of his most recent work – Guardians of the Seal! It’s a free and open event 🙂
The event will be coming up on September 25th, 2016
Time: 4 to 7 PM
Venue: Fourpoints By Sheraton, Oniru, Victoria Island
Trust me, you don’t want to miss this. Click here to checkout Tunde’s blog
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