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Check Out All The Books Written By General Olusegun Obasanjo (Former President Of Nigeria)

General Olusegun Obasanjo (Former President Of Nigeria) is more of a writer than a politician. It's obvious that writing is part of him and reading, what he likes to do because one cannot be a good writer without being a good reader. His leadership and political career give him lots of experience which he decided to put down in books. He wrote up to 23 books.

Reading General Olusegun Obasanjo's books wil make you to get to know and understand more about him.

Books by Olusegun Obasanjo

1. My Watch Volume 1: Early Life and Military

2. My Watch Volume 2: Political and Public Affairs

3. My Watch Volume 3: Now and Then

4. Nzeogwu

5. The Animal Called Man

6. A New Dawn

7. The Thabo Mbeki I know

8. Africa Through the Eyes of A Patriot

9. Making Africa Work: A handbook

10. Forging a Compact in U.S. African Relations: The Fifth David M. Abshire Endowed Lecture, December 15, 1987.

11. Africa in Perspective

12. Letters to Change the World: From Pankhurst qto Orwell.

13. Not my Will

14. Democracy Works: Re-Wiring Politics to Africa's Advantage

15.Challenges of Leadership in Africa

16. War Wounds: Development Costs of Conflict in Southern Sudan

17. Guides to Effective Prayer

18.The Challenges of Agricultural Production and Food Security in Africa

19. Addressing Africa's Youth Employment and food security Crisis: The Role of African Agriculture in Job Creation.

20. Dust Suspended: A memoir of Colonial, Overseas and Diplomatic Service Life 1953 to 1986

21. L'Afrique en Marche: un manuel pour la reussite économique

22. Africa's Critical Choices: A Call for a Pan-African Roadmap

23. My Command

You can get one of these books and start with it.

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