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Ayokunle Adeniji

Ayokunle Adeniji

Lagos, Nigeria

Ayokunle is a content writer and research analyst. He has 2 published books and was recently ranked 8th out of 1024 writers in a national writing competition.

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Ayokunle’s career as a content writer spans the real estate, petrochemical and technology industries. He also works as a part-time lecturer of statistics at Yaba College of Technology in Lagos, Nigeria.

One of his greatest inspirations as a non-fiction writer is Malcolm Gladwell because of his ability to combine creative writing with research.
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Memoirs from my trip across the largest black nation

I decided to take a trip across my country Nigeria to discover and document stories of ordinary people and beautiful places. I will be taking lots of pictures.

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Not too many people understand how ethnically diverse Nigeria is. This diversity has been blamed as the major cause of ethnic and religious crisis in many parts of the country.

My quest is to travel round the country to find out the truth through the eyes of ordinary people. Is there any hope of unity and coexistence or are we a nation headed for a bitter divorce?

I really love to travel. My friend Segun and I organized our final year trip to Cross-River State, a road trip across 12 states, in university. Twelve years down the line and we still talk about how much we learned and how much fun we had like it was only yesterday. I concluded that the best way to debunk stereotypes is to travel. To see the world through the eyes of another.

Why support this book?

  • Never has our ethnic/religious differences been this controversial
  • Our children must not grow up thinking hate is the only perspective
  • I think documenting our lives as ordinary people would help to destroy the weapon of illusion of hate the political class create on social media

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Western Media has only one narrative for Africa, poverty and disease. This book is for anyone who would like to understand the richness of Africans from a different perspective.

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