Abuja Writers Forum April 27 Guest Writer Session coming up at Rosebud Suites, former Nanet Suites from 4 – 7pm. will feature Niran Adedokum, Isaq Moddibo Kawu and Julie Okah-Donli.
This is contained in a widely circulated Press Release that was also made available to Informavores Online Publication.
The statement stated that Niran Adedokun, writer, lawyer and public relations practitioner, holding a Bachelors of Arts degree in Performing Arts and an LLB from the University of Ilorin as well as a Masters of Arts in English Literature from the University of Lagos, Akoka, will read from his debut book – Ladies Calling the Shots.
The statement also stated that Julie Okah-Donli a lawyer, chartered secretary and administrator, who serves as the Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), an agency established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2003 to tackle human trafficking and other related matters.
Pius Adesanmi will also be reading self-authored poems to honour the late Nigerian scholar.
Adedokun’s book, Ladies Calling The Shots is a profile of 17 top female film and television directors in Nigeria.
The April AWF Guest Writer Session that is open to the public features live music and a raffle-draw for books apart from the reading segments.
The Abuja Writer’s Forum Guest Writer Session comes up once in a month and also runs a weekly Critique Session and a regular Creative Writing Workshop series.
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