Author and publisher Othuke Ominiabohs said his last good read is Chimeka Garrick’s ‘Tomorrow Died Yesterday’. “I had read it before when it was first released a few years ago, but it is such a compelling read that I found myself going back to it just last week. I loved Chimeka’s take on the Niger Delta militancy and on the issues of environmental degradation in the region. He humanised the characters in a way only a master storyteller could have, and gave them such depth that made the story a marvel.”
Ominiabohs is the author of two novels, ‘Odufa: A Lovers Tale’ and ‘A Conspiracy of Ravens’. He is also founder of Masobe Books, a new publishing company based in Lagos.
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