For ten years Pamela lived in Lagos, Nigeria, a turbulent city of now nearly twenty million in a country that is a byword for corruption. She founded and ran her own consultancy practice and a social enterprise making handmade paper and was appointed Australia’s Honorary Consul. In her new book she gives insight into the drama of her life there as she developed her vision and went for it.
Gibbous Moon Over Lagos is published by Hardie Grant Books and is released on February 6, 2020.
“It is that sense of common struggle (the women and Pamela’s own) that binds the narrative, setting the context for moments of drama, a current that makers her journey moving in every sense.”
Tom Adair, the Scotsman
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