ISBN 9789781561474
Pages 100
Dimensions 203 x 127 mm
Published 1998
Publisher Fourth Dimension Publishing Company, Nigeria
Format Paperback

The Trouble with Nigeria

by Chinua Achebe

The eminent African novelist and critic, here addresses Nigeria's problems, aiming to challenge the resignation of Nigerians and inspire them to reject old habits which inhibit Nigeria from becoming a modern and attractive country. In this famous book now reprinted, he professes that the only trouble with Nigeria is the failure of leadership, because with good leaders Nigeria could resolve its inherent problems such as tribalism; lack of patriotism; social injustice and the cult of mediocrity; indiscipline; and corruption.
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About the Author

Chinua Achebe

Achebe has been called "the father of modern African writing", and many books and essays have been written about his work over the past fifty years. In 1992 he became the only living author represented in the Everyman's Library collection published by Alfred A. Knopf.

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