Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion

Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion

by Adamu Donald

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Overview

Ocholi left his native land Adumu and went to the city in search of greener pastures. When he arrived at his Uncle's home, his Uncle's wife was not happy. In her mind she thought the boy had come to the city to deprive her children of their inheritance. With this picture of him in her heart, she despises him with a great zest. Adumu has a reputation of being a very powerful village and this reputation creates a sublime terror in the minds of many people. She believes the boy has brought his village's charm to her household to do harm and take away her children's position in the family. Aside from attempting to harm Ocholi, she did not know that she was equally attempting to harm the grandson of a Priest of the "grand-gods" of Adumu land. After many futile efforts on Ocholi's life, she discovers truly that Adumu is not just an ordinary village.
Ocholi finally achieves success in the city through the commitment he had made to himself in overcoming every challenge. The "grand-gods" have chosen him to serve in his shrine, will he come or not?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499202830
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2014
Pages: 342
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adamu Donald hails from Odogomu in Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi State Nigeria. He is Igala by tribe. He was born into the family of Mr. Ismaila Adamu and Mrs. Omaye Adamu as the first child. He is currently a Student of the University Of Jos, Nigeria. He received his primary education at Uwani River Primary School in Enugu State and then Army Children School, Dodan Barracks Ikoyi, in Lagos State. He completed his secondary education at Government College Umuahia and the Federal Government College Ugwolawo in Abia and Kogi State respectively. Although a science student, he has found great joy and comfort in writing because he believes that he can have an important impact upon contemporary society by imparting what he thinks and feels through his writings. He speaks and understands four Nigerian Languages which are Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba and Igala. He also speaks and understands English Language. This book "Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion" is his maiden editions.

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