Ice Prince Debuts New Novel Titled “The Nigerian Dream”

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Award winning Nigerian Rapper Ice Prince has added a new tag to his career list, having featured as a rapper, MC, Actor and Reality TV star, he will now also be known as an author as he releases his first feature book called “The Nigerian Dream”, the Ice Prince story.

The book, which was released online on worldwide book platform Amazon in paperback and Kindle form, as well as on Nigerian book site Okadabooks was written by VANGEGH BEGHA, a Law graduate from the University of Lagos with a flair for writing, this is his third book.

“The Nigerian dream” is written as an autobiography that profiles the dreams, aspirations and ambitions of popular Nigerian Musical Act and Rapper Panshak “Ice Prince” Zamani, who started out his career signed unto the Chocolate City Record Label. It profiles his story, a powerful journey of life and the inspirations behind each of the tracks on his first studio album: EVERYBODY LOVES ICE.

About the Writer
Vangegh Begha is an Author, Writer and Creator pen who was born at the University Teaching Hospital Ibadan on March 14, 1991 and obtained his primary, secondary and university certificates across different schools in Lagos state, Nigeria. A lawyer who has been called to the Nigerian Bar, his writing career started in 2012 with his self-published Novel “Roles in a Script”. Since then, Vangegh Begha has gone on to self-publish “As told by the Nightfire” in 2017. With other unfinished Titles in the works, Vangegh Begha attempts to carve a niche in the Industry of Letters with his brain-child “The Nigerian Dream series” which centre on his favoured themes of Faith, Nigerian Culture, History.

Twitter: @vangeghbegha
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The books are available online

For the paperback:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1793052808
For Kindle:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ML47PJ2?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420
For Okadabooks:
https://publish.okadabooks.com/book/about/the_nigerian_dream_the_ice_prince_story/25310

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