Real life and art happen on the street, not inside a building. Grisham shared his thought on harnessing potential “when you work at street level, you never know who’s going to walk through your door.” Bashorun Saintabey unveils his 14th publication on Amazon, an online shopping from a great selection at books store.
The book which comes in 204 pages and 7 chapters addresses how to actualise development at grassroots through information and strategy, advocating rights of the poor in the society, ending want in the midst of plenty and maintaining integrity in public office.
In a foreword written by Dr Adebayo Rukayat of Soft Gel Pen, Bashorun Saintabey’s book is a blueprint for designing 21st century streets, the book unveils the toolbox and the tactics thta could be used to make streets safer, more livable, and more economically vibrant. It outlines both a clear vision for complete streets and a basic road map for how to bring them to fruition.
According to a statement issued today by Ayoola Omotola, Technical Assistant for research and development of Street Perspectives , the book will be made available on Amazon which will provide a vibrant community where book lovers can connect, share insights, and explore a diverse range of literary works, such as artistry , suggestiveness , intellectual value, spiritual value, permanence, universality, style and much more.
Also, Bashorun, while expressing his enthusiasm for the achievement, said: “I am thrilled to launch the online book on Amazon and share my latest book, Harnessing Potential: A Street Perspective, with the world.
With this platform, we aim not only ignite a passion for reading but also connect book enthusiasts and celebrate the power of literature to inspire and transform lives.
The book is a rich resource material on Bashorun Industreet years on the street and a must-read for politicians, administrators, political scientists, researchers, students, and the general public.”
Bashorun, a gifted communicator who sees beauty and truth in everything from the great epics of humanity to the most mundane of everyday activities and objects.
Technical Assistant (Research & Development)