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The Wonderful Life of Senator Boniface and other Sorry Tales PDF Epub The Wonderful Life Of Senator Boniface And Other Sorry Tales Ayo Sogunro Bandcamptomp3.co.uk An Arrogant Nigerian Legislator Gets His Comeuppance When His Constituency Decides To Recall Him From Office The Career Of A University Lecturer Is Destroyed By A Karmic Twist An Embittered Presidential Aspirant Is Forced To Find A Solution To The Corruption That Plagues His Political Party A Young Professional S Plight On The Eko Bridge Forces Him To Confront The Fears That He Has Always Avoided A Passionate Manchester United Football Fan Degenerates, After His Team Loses A Championship Match And The Stories Go On And On The Wonderful Life Of Senator Boniface And Other Sorry Tales Is A Collection Of Fourteen Contemporary Short Stories, Interspersed With Poetry, Exploring Themes Of Human Nature In General, And Nigerian Social Psychology In Particular.


10 thoughts on “The Wonderful Life of Senator Boniface and other Sorry Tales

  1. says:

    loved it bought 4 copies and gave out 3 I love to share love this way.


  2. says:

    The wonderful life of Senator Boniface by Ayo Sogunro is a book with fourteen interesting sorry and sad tales of Nigeria and Nigerians This book affected me like few books have done, and I found myself looking at the title again and again and wondering if life itself is truly tragic and sorry.This novel written by one of Nigeria most Creative youth, Ayo Sogunro who is a Lawyer, a social critic and a philosopher The sorry tales depicted in this prose about modern Nigeria is an authentic one it The wonderful life of Senator Boniface by Ayo Sogunro is a book with fourteen interesting sorry and sad tales of Nigeria and Nigerians This book affected me like few books have done, and I found myself looking at the title again and ag...


  3. says:

    I want to read this book after reading its praise by Helen Andrews in First Things August September 2014, in contrast to her scathing review of Teju Cole s Every Day is For the Thief.


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