Kirkus Review is quoted as saying “Political repression, rampant corruption, ethnic and sectarian strife, crumbling infrastructure, energy shortages, and an economy hooked on oil and mining, certainly makes Africa’s most populous country a basket case, according to this hard-hitting jeremiad.

In his discussion of the book, Nwadiaru ranges through Nigeria’s history since it gained independence in 1960, finding in it a story of vast potential and natural resources that have been squandered by misrule. This is an impassioned, eye-opening take on a critical African nation.”

JOIN Robert Nwadiaru on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH AT 2:00 PM for an enlightened discussion on Nigeria. Have your questions answered by the author himself, and have the opportunity to purchase a copy of his book, NIGERIA – A FAILED STATE?. Robert will be thrilled to meet you and personally sign a copy of his book.

The address is: 256 West 38th Street, 12th Floor, Manhattan, NY. (Between 7th & 8th Avenues) The M7 Bus, and 2 Train are within walking distance. You can also exit the subway a 42nd Street and walk a couple of blocks to 256 West 38th Street.

ROBERT NWADIARU, a former Religious Brother has passion for what happens in human society. He has written many articles in a variety of publications.

The truth beknown in this “MUST READ” publication of Nigeria – A Failed State?