Reflections on My Generation was an autobiographical project (book and cover design as well as print production) commissioned to AMV in 2007 on behalf of the author by her son, Benjamin Olubusola Jonah, Esq. The memoirs which was launched in Nigeria and England in same year was produced for private circulation to the author's family and friends as well as her professional colleagues during a tenure of over two decades of employment in the Mid Western State Civil Service of Nigeria. For information on how to obtain copies please contact Mr. Jonah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rose Gwam-Odogwu is the second child and daughter of a colonial civil servant, Lawrence Abanokwu Gwam and his wife, Cecilia Nkeonyasua Gwam. She had an upbringing that was influenced in many ways by the colonial times. She had good elementary education at All Saints School and Convent School, both in Asaba, between 1942 and 1949 and under matriarchal headship of Ma Eunice Nwalia Kwentuah, whose remains lie in the lonely grounds of All Saints Cathedral, Asaba.
ISBN: 978-36270-0-7 (10-digit) ---978-978-36270-0-0 (13-digit)
5 ½ X 8 ½ 190pp.