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About Hashtags Social Media, Politics and Ethnicity in Nigeria
Hashtags: Social Media, Politics and Ethnicity in Nigeria peers into the sociopolitical atmosphere of Africa’s most vibrant online politico-social ecosystem. Through this collection of essays. A product of the ethnographic immersion of the author in Nigeria’s social media milieu. The aspirations, hopes, angst, frustrations and intentions of Nigerian tweeps about politics, ethnicity, free speech, hate speech and also political participation can be better understood.
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Nwachukwu Egbunike lives in Ibadan, Nigeria. His scholarly and professional writing interests revolve around social media, politics, political participation, online free speech and ethnicity.
Egbunike is the author of a collection of socio-political critical essays entitled Dyed Thoughts: a Conversation in and from my Country (2012). His book, Blazing Moon was the 2nd place winner of the Association of Nigerian Authors 2015 Prize in Poetry. Hashtags: Social Media, Politics and Ethnicity in Nigeria, is his third book.
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