A Great Nation Is Possible

My Nigerian Dream

by Osondu Chilagor



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/28/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781728300320
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781728300313

About the Book

One could say the fall to this despicable level was fairly predictable many years before now, particularly if we consider the voracious and systematic culture of corruption that the Nigerian state adopted. The mono-economy that we lazily but gleefully practiced has cast us in the role of a failing state without a blueprint for her own survival, let alone a coherent economic policy. Could it be that no one saw this danger? No one made a patriotic call to warn of the impact to the generation now and the generations to come? Do we even have statesmen?

About the Author

Osondu Chilagor is a Pro-National writer, poet, author and Chartered Accountant. He is a Nigerian with great convictions about the Nation’s destiny. He demonstrates unwavering faith and unquestionable belief that Nigeria can yet arise and take her rightful leadership position in Africa and the world. Osondu has for the past fifteen years committed his life to the cause of nation building, leadership development through his literary works, advocacy and Radio programme-The Nation Builders Forum. His quest for a great nation has gone beyond ideals and rhetorics to what he believes can be existential reality. His dream for Nigeria supported by his pragmatic formulations that run through the pages of this book, if adhered to can indeed make us a virile nation and a nation of matchless possibilities. Osondu Chilagor holds a Bachelors degree in Philosophy from the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria and a Masters degree in Religious Studies from Benue State University, Makurdi, Benue State. He has authored books like: Breaking the Shackles of the Mind in 2003; Business Morality in Nigeria in 2004; Nightfall in Zakibiam in 2005; The Conspiracy in 2006; The Voyage to Naka in 2007; Two Nigerians in 2010 among several others. He is married to Susan and both have three lovely children- Amarachi, Chidera and Chimamanda.