Jalingo, Seun, Akintola, Sowunmi, Farotimi Set To Speak On ‘Beyond The Broken Chains’ Book Launch

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By Patrick Obia

All is set for the launch of a book, ‘Beyond The Broken Chains’, a revolutionary compendium covering 533 days of the arrest and incarceration of an unflinching prisoner of conscience; Omoyele Sowore.

The book authored by Frederick Omoyoma Odorige, is an audacious mirroring the Nigerian State in 356 pages; 92 chapters and 40 colourful and revealing photos.

It is also, a fear killer and a panacea against institutionalized impunity filled with block boosting literature, history, statistics, security and politics, for those who dare to hope.

Scheduled for Sunday, 14 March, 2021, has Omoyele Sowore as special guest and, Agba Jalingo, Olusayo Akintola, Seun Anikulapo Kuti, Oluwole Sowunmi and Dele Farotimi as guests to deliver a piece.

The public is invited to join the launch through zoom with ID number: 882 6712 4610 and password: 09I688 at 4pm.

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