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Nigerian speechwriter, private investigator debuts as author

Nigerian speechwriter and private investigator John Walker Adetunji-Adeoye (popularly known as Johnny JamJam) has released his debut books this weekend.  In a post on his social media pages, he announced that the books How We Destroy nigeria: Precedence of Doom and How We Destroy nigeria: Haven For Financial Crimes And Corruption will be available on October 1st, a day […]
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Nigerian speechwriter and private investigator John Walker Adetunji-Adeoye (popularly known as Johnny JamJam) has released his debut books this weekend. 

In a post on his social media pages, he announced that the books How We Destroy nigeria: Precedence of Doom and How We Destroy nigeria: Haven For Financial Crimes And Corruption will be available on October 1st, a day he chose to coincide with an important date in the country’s history.

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According to a press release by the publisher, Ascology Books, the two books, released at a time, will be the first of many to come. According to the release, most of the content in the first book (Precedence of Doom) laments the roles of past and present rulers of the country. In contrast, most of the content in the second book (Haven for Financial Crimes and Corruption) laments the role of the citizens.

In the two books, Adetunji-Adeoye, an alumnus of the University of Lagos with a BSc in Business Administration, wrote voluminously on “How we destroy nigeria”. He blames a combination of crooked political leaders, public officers, private citizens and the Nigerian masses for how the country has taken shape.

An editorial review of the books captured the author describing issues relating to the historical development of some of nigeria’s problems, political corruption, financial crimes and frauds, electoral crises, judicial corruption, the effect of military rule, economic sabotage, the culture of waste, problems associated with religion, overpopulation, broken educational system and many other topics.

As a respected writer and columnist, Adetunji-Adeoye is familiar to those in the entertainment, media and publishing industry. He is a renowned name in the public relations industry, having worked with several notable names in Nollywood and the music industry.

As the country gets set to enter a crucial electioneering period, the Nigerian information industry could help shape the orientation of the people. The information, media and publishing industry is surely a vital part of our sociopolitical system, They help to shape citizens’ awareness regarding the many challenges of the Nigerian state, and these newly released books by John Walker Adetunji-Adeoye could not have come at a better time.

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