Joseph Wanshe

Joseph
Wanshe

Joseph Wanshe holds a doctoral degree in history and works with the National Human Rights Commission, Nigeria. He is also a public speaker on human rights topics, especially where it concerns women and children. His delightful and bestselling novels, include The Final World Order, Passions of Patriots, Presidential Candidate, and The Enemies. His books have been recommended for general studies in various learning institutions, including one of Africa’s largest universities, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Non fiction books include History of Women’s Rights Organizations and Political Rights of Women in Nigeria: Problems, Progress and Prospects which is a publication based on his doctorate research.

Joseph Wanshe holds a doctoral degree in history and works with the National Human Rights Commission, Nigeria. He is also a public speaker on human rights topics, especially where it concerns women and children. His delightful and bestselling novels, include The Final World Order, Passions of Patriots, Presidential Candidate, and The Enemies. His books have been recommended for general studies in various learning institutions, including one of Africa’s largest universities, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Non fiction books include History of Women’s Rights Organizations and Political Rights of Women in Nigeria: Problems, Progress and Prospects which is a publication based on his doctorate research.

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