Nollywood actor Osita Iheme, popularly known as Pawpaw, has concentrated on writing, contracted Africana First Publishers Plc to print and distribute copies of his new book called INSPIRE 101.
Pawpaw, who has recently received an endorsement from the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), will become a nationwide author. His books will be delivered to different schools in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory to form part of their library and research materials.
The book has passed checks by the Nigeria Educational Regulatory Commission (NERDC), Prof Pat Utomi, Mr Dimgba Igwe and top comedian Ali Baba.
Pawpaw is really exited on the development, hopes his new book would have a direct positive impact on readers, especially students.
Inspire 101 includes Osita’s thoughts and beliefs which explain how he was elevated from ‘not too comfortable background’ to the present status.
“Inspire 101 is a compilation of my original quotes, is a peep through the window of my soul,” the author concluded.
The Imo State-born entertainer was raised in Aba, Abia State. Iheme was the last kid in a family of five, four boys and a girl. In 2002-2003 he became a mega Nollywood star after his superb role as Pawpaw in the monster hit movie Aki na Ukwa. The actor is still single, though rumours on his planned marriage emerge on the web from time to time.