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Are We The Turning Point Generation?
Imprint: Kamsi
Language: English
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 208

Are We The Turning Point Generation?

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Synopsis

Why do many Nigerian leaders ‘change’ once in office? Will the present generation of Nigerians do any better than its predecessors? Was Occupy Nigeria indeed a failure? Is ‘One Nigeria’ really worth it? These and many other difficult questions are raised in this timely collection of essays on the paradox that is present-day Nigeria.

Earnest and wise beyond its years, Are We the Turning Point Generation embodies the voice of a new breed of Nigerian youth who are ready to take a stand and do things differently. The essays in this collection will resonate with the youth while remaining relatable to older generations. This book promises to inspire a new way of thinking, posing a challenge to Nigerians, young and old, to ‘pick a spot, and start digging’!

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About the author(s)

Chude Jideonwo

Jideonwo is editor-in-chief of Y!/YNaija.com. He is also co-founder and managing partner of parent group RED, which governance communication firm StateCraft Inc, ran the successful anti-establishment campaigns for the current Presidents of Nigeria and Ghana. His work focuses on social movements shaking up and transforming nations through governance and faith, with the media as a tool. He teaches media and communication at the Pan-Atlantic University. In 2017, he was selected as a World Fellow at Yale University.

About the author(s)

Chude Jideonwo

Jideonwo is editor-in-chief of Y!/YNaija.com. He is also co-founder and managing partner of parent group RED, which governance communication firm StateCraft Inc, ran the successful anti-establishment campaigns for the current Presidents of Nigeria and Ghana. His work focuses on social movements shaking up and transforming nations through governance and faith, with the media as a tool. He teaches media and communication at the Pan-Atlantic University. In 2017, he was selected as a World Fellow at Yale University.