Agba Jalingo’s Book, A Compendium Of Social Thoughts Now Available On Amazon

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By Ogar Monday

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Rights activist cum journalist, Citizen Agba Jalingo’s new book, “A compendium of Social Thoughts,” is now available on Amazon, an e-commerce website.

The book, with 276 pages and in three parts published by Nkanemi Services, contains some of Jalingo’s thoughts and articles on social issues in Nigeria, published over the last 4 years.

According to Jalingo, the book is available for download on Amazon and people interested in the hard copy can make a pre-order for ₦5,000.

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