Download Welcome To Lagos – PDF/EPUB


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  • Welcome To Lagos
  • Onuzo Chibundu
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  • 10 May 2020
  • 0571268951

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Welcome To Lagos

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run from their barren army base as they are uncomfortable with the constant brutality of the Niger Deltan people On their escape mission they meet Fineboy a Niger Deltan militant with the dream of becoming a radio presenter and subseuently Isoken whose parents might have been killed during a clash between soldiers and an invaded villageThe four unintentionally embark on a journey to Lagos meeting Oma a woman fleeing from her well to do but abusive husband All five arrive Lagos with hardly any thing but a mutual motive to start a different life in a different place What they however soon find as they embrace Lagos is its potential to leave one en poored enriched exterminated or all three The first E finds Chike Yemi Fineboy Isoken and Oma living under a bridgeThe second E finds them living in an exuisite underground apartment later discovered as a hideout for the Minister of Education Chief Sandayo Unannounced Sandayo on embezzling 10 million US Dollars from the state s coffers soon joins the party Fineboy thereafter adds a plus one Ahmed Bakare founder of Nigerian Journal who soon finds himself wanted for a politically indicting news article The apartment essentially a refuge of runaways becomes a melting pot for the seven characters of different tribes religion and classThe most worthwhile thing about this book to me however is not the city of Lagos captured but the characters the remarkability of which reminds me greatly of Barbara Kingslover s The Poisonwood Bible Chike Yemi Fineboy Isoken and Oma are so beautifully painted though I argue that they are excessively optimistic and moralistic and borderline unrealistic This however does not diminish the value of the author s imagery which adds salt to this sweet soup of a story and proves her to be a true storytellerThough the book is centred around Lagos it is however about the country Nigeria than the city Lagos Lagos just serves as a backdrop for the country Onuzo uses the journalistic juxtaposition of excerpts from Ahmed s Nigerian Journal to wittily showcase multi facets of Nigeria These excerpts add to the prosaic pulchritude of the novel They also make you wonder how free the media is and how indepent journalism is if Ahmed is on the chase for covering the defunct political systemOnuzo like Kan show Lagos as a carnivore of a city that swallowed even bones There is just something about it that attracts and accepts everyone It could be the illusion of progress which is not totally illusionary It could be the desire to be enriched despite the stakes of being en poored and exterminated are higher Whatever it is Lagos like water you find through Chibundu Onuzo s Welcome To Lagos and in the voice of the legendary Fela no get enemyRead full review on our websiteSamuel TobiFor The Book Banue Travaux pratiques de préparation et de conditionnement des médicaments unlikely allies a p My first encounter with Lagos in African fiction however was through Sefi Atta s Everything Good Will Come 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