Limbe to Lagos: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria

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Limbe To Lagos encapsulates the perspectives, hopes, fears, and aspirations of the average West African youth. It reaffirms death and grief as the same old infernal phenomenon. And even though it wears different masks, the same face is always behind the changing covers. More so, it oftentimes chooses to visit the best and undeserving of us.

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Limbe To Lagos encapsulates the perspectives, hopes, fears, and aspirations of the average West African youth. It reaffirms death and grief as the same old infernal phenomenon. And even though it wears different masks, the same face is always behind the changing covers. More so, it oftentimes chooses to visit the best and undeserving of us.

This book is a collection of narrative nonfiction from writers whose foray into the landscape of the mind is a compelling signpost to formidable writing. Here are stories that are true not only as fact but as windows that open into our contemporary African existence.

New writing by Adams Adeosun, Afope Ojo, Caleb Ajinomoh, Godwin Luba, Howard M-B Maximus, Lucia Edafioka, Nkiacha Atemnkeng, Raoul Djimeli, Sada Malumfashi and Socrates Mbamalu.

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Limbe to Lagos: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria was edited by the co-founders and editors Dami Ajayi and Emmanuel Iduma, and the editor and founder of Bakwa Magazine, Dzekashu Macviban. With new writing by: Adams Adeosun, Afope Ojo, Caleb Ajinomoh, Godwin Luba, Howard M.B. Maximus, Lucia Edafioka, Nkaicha Atemnkeng, Raoul Djimeli, Sada Malumfashi, and Socrates Mbamalu.

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