Monthly Archives: October 2016

Book Club Meeting: Don’t Die on Wednesday, Saturday October 29, 2016



Our November book reading is “A Conspiracy of Ravens” by Othuke Ominiabohs.

A Conspiracy of Ravens is a thriller that digs into the unrest in the Niger Delta and draws a connection between it and the Boko Haram insurgency and the Nigerian Civil War.

We can’t wait to discuss this book at the next meeting.


A Conspiracy of Ravens- November 2016

Writer: Othuke Ominiabohs
Category: Fiction

In the Niger Delta creeks Southern Nigeria, nine expatriates are being held hostage by militants fighting for control over the resources from their land. At the same time, a series of seemingly unconnected events rock the country. Alex Randa, a celebrated agent of the Department of State Services, with a compelling record of successes is tasked by the president to secure the release of the hostages; and to also uncover the sponsors behind the militants. With nothing to go on but the phrase ‘Operation Raven’, her instincts, and three unlikely allies, Alex quickly learns nothing is what it seems. Together, they must race against time to save not just the hostages but a nation on the brink of a bloody Civil War.



Bishop has been described as a warm, passionate and enthusiastic person who is excited about life. Someone, once referred to him as “cold pepper” while yet another considers him a “nice bully”.

Lover of books and a voracious reader as a kid!  However, “the cares of this world”, attempted and almost succeeded to assassinate this love for reading, alas, the Book Club came to his rescue.



Oyemade Titilade Seun is an ‘outgoing introvert’ that considers herself a street smart and not book smart lady.

She holds a degree in Russian Language and has a wide experience in Administrative work having worked as a Personal Assistant to Executives in well known organizations.

This highly organized and hardworking lady has a strong passion for women and women issues. She has volunteered in various women organizations like Women In Enterprise Network (WIE Africa) and many more. She is a member of various women groups like Women Who Win (WWW), Women in Successful Career (WISCAR) and has attended various women conferences and seminars in Nigeria.



When Tunde is not attending the book club meeting, he is watching a stage play or on set of a soap opera or playing football or facilitating at a corporate training, or compering a wedding, birthday or learning the rendition of spoken words.

Adeshine holds an HND in Computer Science, a PGD in management, a certificate in Acting and is currently pursuing a Bsc degree in Islamic economics and banking. Presently an investment banker with a focus on non interest finance and a thespian at night. He Leads The service revolution team(a group of young minds exploring on a daily basis how to solve the problem of poor service delivery in Nigeria). He also leads the Adeshine theatrical koncepts team, where work is ongoing assiduously to bringing stage entertainment to all and sundry in an ethical way.