13TH APRIL, 2021 | 11AM – 20PM | @Kano Hall Transcorp Hotel, Abuja

About The Book


With the advent of Brexit, the ramifications of such a political and economical move was yet to be thoroughly examined in regards to what it meant for the world and Africa. This book seeks to shed light on the traditional elements that shape the British foreign policy. It keenly looks at how its approach and method influences its partner relations on a minimal and grand scale. Specifically, it dissects and highlights the transnational relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union across successive governments in different political eras.

With an extensive assessment of the historical antecedent the led to British integration into the EU and the socio-economic and political dynamics of this complex and reluctant relationship between the two entities. It also conceptualises the ideological issues informing Britain’s unilateral separatism and the array of circumstances that led to the historic but imminent divorce of these partners through the Brexit.


Brilliantly evaluating the impact and effects of this global phenomenon that will surely resonate through generations to come, on the British national socio-economic landscape, it also introspectively reflects on the path forward, within the vast context of globalization as Britain attempt to renegotiate its place on favourable terms in the world’s intricate eco-system.

With the EU and the United Kingdom having already seated and negotiated for trading rights and obligations, this book analyses as the rare opportunity presents itself for both parties to strategically court Africa as an investor of choice. Capturing all this and more in its chapter dedicated for Post-Brexit African relations, it’s delightful to notice the systemic approach this book adopts in assessing the comparative advantages of engaging trade across the African continent. The book also goes further to highlight the various means for maximising public and private sector resources for African development and Britain/EU stability post-Brexit.

About The Author

The visionary and inspirational Godson Azu M.A.B.A (Hons), a leading political analyst, renowned author and community champion is an alumni of both Birkbeck College, University of London and the London Metropolitan University. A professional Associate of the institute of Leadership and Management, UK; Fellow Occupational Safety and Health Association of UK/Nigeria Regions, (OSHA), Member of the Institute For Government UK, Member Birkbeck Centre for British Political Life; Godson Azu remains an integral figure in the British and Nigeria community worthy of appreciation and a true inspiration.

He is the Welfare Officer of Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe (NIDOE); Publicity Secretary of the Council of Igbo Communities UK (CIC), Vice-Chairman of the Abia State Indigenes in Diaspora UK/Ire; Member Ndigbo and Nigeria Community in Peteborough; Member of the Opportunity Peterborough Network, Member of Cambridge Chambers of Commerce and Industry; Leader of Peteborough African Business Network; Member of British African Business Alliance (BABA), Member African Diaspora Network, Co-convener and Director London Political Summit and

Awards UK, Member of Peterborough Conservative Association, Member of the Conservative Friends of Nigeria Association UK; Member African Security Forum UK.

Godson in the last three years has authored two national best selling books – The Campaign Strategies for Political Success; 2014, and Nigeria Democracy and Political Personalities ;The one hundred outstanding Politicians that shaped our political history. 2017.

As the Chief Executive Officer of Cater and Merger Consult UK and Nigeria, he is recognised as a renowned advocate of effective democracy, good governance, human rights and social justice, for international and national engagements towards human and societal development, therefore utilizes his platforms and resources to meaningfully contribute to the socio-economic development and growth of both Britain , Nigeria and Africa at large.

Some Special Guest List

His Excellency
Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu PhD.
Executive Governor of Abia State.

Chairman, Book Launch
H. E. Amb. Dr. Bamanga Tukur. CON

Book Reviewer
Hon. Prof. Steve Azakil

Book Forwarder
Amb. Dr. Josephine Ojiambo

Special Guest of Honour
Hon. Paul Bristow MP.

Chief Host
Mr. Valentine Ozigbo

Chief Launcher
Alhaji Abudul Samad Rabiu
Chairman BUA Group of Companies

Royal Father of the Day
Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi
Ooni of Ile-Ife

Hon. Ramatu Tijiani Aliyu
Minister of state FCT

Special Guest of Honour
Hon. Paul Bristow MP.

His Excellency
Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule
Executive Governor of Nasrawa State

HRH. Dr. Olusegun I . Aderemi JP.
The Atayero of Aramoko Ekiti

Special Guest of Honour
Hon. Mrs. Helen Grant MP
British PM, Trade Envoy for Nigeria

As Father of the Day
Amb. Sen. Dr. Dalhatu Tafida, OFR, CFR.


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