My Nigeria: The Making of Nigeria
This series provides a captivating way for children to learn about Nigeria. Complete with colourful illustrations, the series starts with a brief history of the Niger Area, its people, early culture and tribal dynasties.
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About My Nigeria: The Making of Nigeria
This series provides a captivating way for children to learn about Nigeria. Complete with colourful illustrations, the series starts with a brief history of the Niger Area, its people, early culture and tribal dynasties. It delves further into the colonial era, Nigerian pioneers and past leaders of both democratic and military administrations. The final book explores the people, foods and places in Nigeria.
Written by Constance Omawumi Kola-Lawal and Illustration by Sandy Lightley.
Omawumi Kola-Lawal is a health, safety and environment professional who is passionate about sharing knowledge, particularly with children. She has BSc and Msc degrees in Pharmacology and Environmental Management from the University of Lagos and Imperial College, London.
Ms. Kola-Lawal was recently awarded a PhD degree from the University of Salford, England. She conducted research on the impact of environmental management systems’ on corporate performance. Her research interests include environmental management, EMSs, business sustainability and corporate social responsibility.