ISBN 9781870716123
Pages 56
Dimensions 203 x 127 mm
Illustrations B/W Illustrations
Published 1991
Publisher Saros International Publishers, Nigeria
Format Paperback

Segi Finds the Radio

by Ken Saro-Wiwa

This is another new story based on the popular Nigerian television series "Basis and Company". Segi has a new transistor radio which Dandy and Josco "borrow" to trick money from pedestrians. After many adventures, and with the help of Mr B, she finds the radio which had been "lost" by Dandy and Josco. Mr B finds new friends in the three of them, and together they form "Basi and Company" and have a birthday party for Segi. There are four illustrations from the television show.

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About the Author

Ken Saro-Wiwa

Nigerian television producer, writer of satirical novels, children's tales, and plays. In 1994 Saro-Wiwa was imprisoned by order of the dictator Sani Abacha. He had strongly defended the rights of the Ogoni people and criticized the government's oil policy with Royal Dutch/Shell. Despite wide international protests, Saro-Wiwa was hanged after a show trial with other eight Ogoni rights activists in Port Harcourt, on November 10, 1995.

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