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Festac town, originally referred to as "Festival Town" or "Festac Village", is a residential estate designed to house the participants of the Second World Festival of Black Arts and Culture of 1977 (Festac77).
Consisting of 5,000 contemporary dwelling units and seven major avenues, the town was designed in an efficient grid in order to accommodate upwards of 45,000 visitors as well as any Nigerian employees and officers working at the Festival.
The narrator of this remarkable novel is Evie Steppman, a woman in her sixties who has holed herself up in the attic of her decaying house in Gullane, eastern Scotland, to write her memoirs.
Evie, as narrators will do in books of this type, has a rather particular super-power: a faculty of hearing so acute that she can actually hear the past.
"This is what I heard," she writes: "the vicious spitting of feral cats, rug-beaters thwacking, traffic bustle and crowds.
Flavour is popularly known across Africa and the world for his hit song "Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix)". In 2005, he released his self-titled debut album N'abania.
In 2010, Flavour released his second studio album Uplifted.
The resident pastor at his church introduced him to a friend, Chris I Ordor, the CEO of Sound City Communications.
He also used to provide backing vocals for other musicians at Sound City.