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Tolulope Popoola
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Boomerang is a Henry Eruotor film. Adapted from Tolulope Popoola's "Fertile Imagination & Other Stories". It features Rebecca Onuoha, Garmamie Sideau, Jolomi Sidney Oki, Ann Kar and Efe Mike-Ifeta.
Cinematography by Efe Mike-feta. 
Edited, Produced and Directed by Henry Eruotor #shortfilm   #flashfiction  
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Video summary of the African Literary Evening in London +Kiru Taye +Tundun Adeyemo +Abidemi Sanusi +Adura Ojo +Sade Adeniran +abimbola dare 
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African Literary Evening
Sat, November 8, 2014, 4:30 PM GMT
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As promised, here are some of the photos from our African Literary Event held in London on the 8th of November @ The Proud Archivist. Photo credits: David Adetoye To view the rest of the photos, ha...
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Accomplish Press is delighted to announce that the children's book "A Miracle for Daddy" written by Sunny J. Obande will be published in ebook and print formats and ready to purchase by the public ...
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It's almost the end of 2014, and like many people I'm looking back on the past year and making plans for the coming one. But with one major difference.... I'll be starting out 2015 by leaving the UK and moving back to Nigeria, after more than fourteen years away - if you don't count those short ...
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I like your You Tube posting my sister. I'm a 55 yr. old brother who lives here in The States. A license social worker  and small business entrepreneur by profession. But most of all I'm a man of God. I would like to get to know you if you are open to it.         Respectfully, Stevie Ray
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Author, Publisher and Consultant at Accomplish Press. Blogger, Daydreamer, Bookworm. Writer of short stories, flash fiction, magazine articles and poems.
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Tolulope Popoola is an Author, Publisher and Consultant. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria and moved to England for her university education where she studied Accounting and Business Economics for her first degree. After a quick stint in the workplace, she went on to study a Masters in Finance and Investment. But she never lost her love for reading, and as time went on, she began to wish for a different career path. She started writing a blog in 2006, which rekindled her love for writing and telling stories. She took a few writing classes, set up an online fiction series called “In My Dreams It Was Simpler” and started writing both fiction and non-fiction for magazines. In 2008, she left Accounting, and started working on her novel. In 2011, she set up Accomplish Press, a niche independent publisher to bring other writers like her into the spotlight. Accomplish Press

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Author of "Nothing Comes Close" which was Shortlisted for Best Books of 2012 by Africa Book Club
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  • University of Nottingham
    MA Finance and Investment, 2004 - 2005
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