Unforgettable Experiences in Abuja, Manchester and London

Unforgettable Experiences in Abuja, Manchester and London : The Notes of a Traveller in the Digital Age

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This book is a travelogue describing the real life experiences of its author when he travelled from the ancient city of Kano, northern Nigeria, to the cities of Abuja, the capital of Nigeria; Manchester, the second largest city of England; and London, the capital of the United Kingdom, currently overtaking Paris as the most visited city in the world. The book seeks to achieve three goals: educating, enlightening and entertaining its readers. It begins with the background of the traveler. The second chapter describes the methodology used by the author in sourcing information, documenting facts and noting his experiences. Chapter Three is dedicated to the author's experiences in Abuja where he had his UK Visa interview. His experiences in Manchester and London constitute chapters four and five of the book, respectively. In Chapter Six, the author describes the lessons he had learnt from the experiences gained from the travels and the conduct of the international conference, which was the main reason for the travels to the three great cities. One of such lessons is that "you do not know when you do not read; you know less when you do not travel, and very little when you are undigital."
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Product details

  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 4mm | 82g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150856857X
  • 9781508568575

About Sa'idu Sulaiman

Sa'idu Sulaiman is currently a Chief Lecturer of Economics and a Member of the London- based Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE). He wrote a number of books, which include Researcher's Companion (1998 and 2012 editions), Understanding Finance and Investment (1999), and Understanding Philosophy of Education (2001), Understanding Book-keeping and Accounts (2004) and The Making of Economics (2005 and 2012 editions). On the side of language and literature, he wrote a play entitled A White Rope in Stained Hands, which was published in 2003 and later translated into Arabic by Adam Adebayo Sirajuddeen in 2008. He also wrote the book Magana Doki Ce, which contains short stories in Hausa Language published in 2010. He initiated the Kano Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (KAJASS) and served as its first Editor-in-Chief.
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