Neros CEO Launches New Book ‘Think & Grow Rich – African Perspective’


Distinguished Nigerians among whom were Prof. Charles Soludo, former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN); Mr Emeka Onwuka, former managing director, Diamond Bank Plc and High Chief Chiedozie Ezeasor, Ikeoha Nanka graced the presentation of the new book ‘Think & Grow Rich African Perspective’ authored by the Chairman/CEO, Neros Pharmaceuticals Limited, Dr Poly I. Emenike.

The colourful ceremony held at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Victoria Island, Lagos last Thursday was also graced by Dr Peter Obi, former governor of Anambra State; Pharm. (Sir) Ifeanyi Atueyi, managing director of Pharmanews Limited and AVM AD Bello (Rtd), former Nigeria chief of air staff.

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In his opening remarks, Mr Emeka Onwuka who chaired the event commended Dr Emenike for the book, noting that what the author has done was giving us the African perspective of the principles of Napoleon Hill and how it can help entrepreneurs in Africa.

Delivering his speech at the event, Dr Emenike said the book is coming at the right time based on the situation of things in the country, noting that entrepreneurs and different categories of professionals need serious books that would act as soothing balms that would galvanize some element of hope and faith in controlling their emotions and enable them to achieve their respective goals and objectives.

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Neros CEO launches new book ‘Think & Grow Rich African Perspective’

While reviewing the book, Prof. Soludo noted that what ‘Think & Grow Rich African Perspective’  was trying to teach readers was how to grow organically, adding that having read the book he can attest to the fact that the author Dr Emenike is an authority on positive thinking.

The highlight of the event was the formal unveiling of the book to guests at the event.


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