How to Spell Naija in 100 Short Stories Vol. 2

by Chuma Nwokolo

KSh 1,450

This second volume of How To Spell Naija in 100 Short Stories contains the final 50 stories and raises the high bar set by the first. These tales broadly range over Nigeriana, with kidnappers, houseboys, bishops and suicide bombers wreaking domestic and hilarious havoc. The takes are set in the future and in the present, in the Diaspora, in urban and small-town Nigeria and in the author’s fictional Waterside community. Once again, Nwokolo’s  sure-handed humour and earthly style brings an amazing and unforgettable cast of characters to life.

This is a buffet of Nigeriana served with wit and understanding.



Author: Chuma Nwokolo
ISBN: 9789782190178
Publisher: Gwandustan Limited
Size (cm): 13 x 2.2 x 19.7
Pages: 400
Format: Paperback
Colour: Black and White
Weight: 323.1846 grams
Language: English
Publication Date: 7 April 2016

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Chuma Nwokolo

Chuma Nwokolo is an author and advocate. He is publisher of African Writing magazine. Called to the Bar in 1984, he published his first novel, The Extortionist (Macmillan Pacesetters) in 1983. Dangerous Inheritance (Macmillan Pacesetters) followed in 1988. He has a passion for the short story and his African Tales at Jailpoint (Villagerhouse) appeared in 1999. His other books include the novelised anthology, One More Tale for the Road (2003) as well as the poetry anthology, Memories of Stone (2006). His anthology of stories, The Ghost of Sani Abacha was published in 2012 while the novel Extinction of Menai is due in 2013.