For a trial download please direct your followers/customers to this link: where they will see the below Code, Download the Player with instruction for completing setup of Sample clip download to their device. The program automatically detects their O/s or platform.   Introduction This project is about the reading of the D. O. Fagunwa

Recent CBN policies devastating on Publishing industry – Evans Publishers RECENT fiscal and monetary policies of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) especially, the foreign exchange policy, are having a devastating effect on the country’s publishing companies, the Managing Director Evans Brothers (Nigeria Publishers) Limited, Mr. Lukman Dauda has said. Dauda, speaking on Wednesday, at

Distinguished Members of the high table, Special Guests, Invited Guests & Schools, Members of the Press, Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen. I stand before you this moment to share with you as like minds in the education sector, our joy for yet another enviable feet achieved in our untiring efforts to make books more likeable, friendly,

It gives me great pleasure to welcome all our guests to the Golden Jubilee Anniversary of Evans Brothers (Nigeria Publishers) Limited. The company started from a modest operation after its incorporation in December 1966. It has since built an enduring legacy to become one of the top leading publishing companies today. We have invited you

 The discipline of Economics in Nigeria at the tertiary level has, for long, been yearning for textbooks developed from the perspective of developing economics to replace textbooks written by foreign authors from the perspective of developed western economics.  As part of the effort towards realizing this objective, Evans Brothers (Nigeria Publishers) Limited, in conjunction with

Evans, as part of its Inspire Campaign in 2012 has been holding Free Trainings for Teachers of various schools nationwide. One of the objectives of this initiative is to add value to schools by empowering their teachers.

The training had kicked off in Lagos, Ibadan, Osogbo, Oyo, Enugu, Owerri, Abuja and other cities since February, 2012.