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Nanna’s Diary by Richard Mammah



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The massive naval assault on his headquarters at Ebrahimi was enough to dampen the faint-hearted. But that was not for Nanna. He fought back gamely, chose his time to exit, and voluntarily submitted himself to justice in Lagos and Calabar.

When he could not get that, he endured exile in Ghana but would yet not give up the fight until he was finally able to return to his beloved Niger Delta.

Nanna’s Diary is a fictional peep into the workings of his mind while it all lasted.

Underscoring the fact that the author is engaged in an unambiguous journey of pan-African expression, the text glides across time and space to encompass other major historical episodes of the era; such as those involving Jaja of Opobo, Ovonramwen Nogbaisi of Benin, and Yaa Asantewaa of the Ashanti Empire in today’s Ghana. It is a book that indeed does good reading.

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