FeaturesReviews Watch: Oyinkan Braithwaite Discusses Her Book “My Sister, The Serial Killer” September 7, 2019090 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail Delicious reddit LinkedIn StumbleUpon Like 0 BBC Africa Book Club is back and we have a very special episode. This time, we’re talking to the author of the book being reviewed! Princess Irede Abumere is joined by Oyinkan Braithwaite to discuss My Sister, The Serial Killer. Related tags : BBC Africa Book ReviewBook ReviewMy SisterOyinkan BraithwaiteThe Series Killer About Author Joshua Oyenigbehin Joshua Oyenigbehin is an introvert who is passionate about Storytelling, writing, and teaching. He sees his imagination as an unsearchable world, more magical than a fairyland. He has written a novel and working on another Post navigation Previous Article Xenophobic Attacks & Post-Apartheid Depression in South Africa – Joshua Oyenigbehin Next Article Xenophobia: Over 300 Nigerians Have Registered To Leave South Africa Related Articles Features September 3, 2019097 Liberian Filmmakers Set To Tell Story Of Their Country’s Ebola Experience Liberian filmmakers are telling the story of the country experience with Ebola. The film, which is the first of its kind, produced and filmed in the country by local filmmakers, narrates the story Read More Features March 15, 20190184 10 Former/Incumbent Governors Who Won A Seat In The Senate The Nigerian legislative framework is not complete without the place of the upper chamber. The red chamber,as it is also known, is the apex realm of the Nigerian legislative mechanism. The Nigeria Read More Features April 23, 20190216 Documentary Photographer, Mayor Otu, Sheds Light On The Beauty of Nigeria Culture. See Images Inspired by his love for culture and the beauties inherent in it, Documentary Photographer, Mayor Uto, decided to use his lens, creativity, ingenuity, and resourcefulness to bring to life the joy inhe Read More Features August 2, 20190193 Photographer Mayor Otu Advocates For Clean Water In Abuja Community, See Images With the condemnable fact that only 16% of Nigerians have access to safe drinking water and only 65 percent have a basic daily supply of water, Documentary photographer Mayor Otu is creating Awareness Read More Reviews February 21, 20190340 Igiri Victor’s Adiharu’s “Birth The Jewel Within”: A Clarion Call To Becoming Relevant A Review of Igiri Victor's "Birth The Jewel Within" By Joshua Oyenigbehin I think Motivational books are overrated, because, like opium, their effect is spontaneous and brief. A motivational writer i Read More Career and OpportunitiesFeatures March 14, 20190195 NNPC Is Hiring, Here Is How to Apply If you have a dream of working at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), here is an opportunity for you to fulfill your dreams. Station Magazine understands that Nigeria's petroleum re Read More Comment here Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.