The Association of Nigerian Authors, (ANA) Abuja held its Guest Author Session/Excellent Leadership Series yesterday, 3rd October in Abuja. It was a convergence of great Nigerian authors, writers, poets, screenwriters, bloggers among others who have contributed immensely to literary world/industry in Nigeria. One of such great authors who graced the event was most revered Rev. Fr. George Ehusani of The Lux Terra Catholic Church, Abuja.

Cross Section of Guests at the event

According to Benjamin Ubiri, Chairman, ANA, Abuja, “It is an honour for us in ANA to have Rev. Fr George Ehusani grace this occasion, “Father George is one fearless, prophetic writer who has authored well over twenty books in the last 25 years. We look forward to tap into his wisdom and wealth of experience over the years as a seasoned author with raw and undiluted truths being projected through his published works.  He is indeed a role model to many of us here” he alluded.

Ubiri, who was also the MC at the event, while speaking on the importance of the event, said “one of the unique styles of ANA is, we celebrate excellence and the achievements of other great authors, writers, poet etc which is the essence of this occasion”.

Speaking at the event, Rev Ehusani who was quite delighted, read excerpts from his several published works and books for the listening pleasure of the participants and guests.  One of his popular works is ” The Prophetic Church”.

Rev. Father Ehusani was also later given a ANA membership form which was bought for him by the esteemed guests and participants at the event.

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