The Betrayal of Onama

The Betrayal of Onama

by Moses Aluonzi Alaka, Oduboa Edward Nelson

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Onama is a brutal, ruthless hunter who rules his domain with an iron fist. He is an enemy to all animals in the jungle.

Onama's loyal dog Kana later betrays his master because of mistreatment.

The jungle animals convene an emergency meeting to examine Onama's atrocities against them. Atamvaku, a courageous mountain gorilla and leader of the animals, heads up the meeting to end Onama's activities and find a solution that will end the hunter's tyranny.

Drakana, an ally to the animals, attends the meeting and later leads Onama to his fate.

The African story The Betrayal of Onama is set in the Maraca District in West Nile.

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BN ID: 2940150774117
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 08/27/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 36
File size: 873 KB

About the Author

Moses Aluonzi Alaka of Uganda is the author of Don’t Die Young, a youth handbook about HIV/AIDS. He has written a series of manuscripts for adults and children, and has produced a series of poems for radio programmes. He emerged as the best poet in the UNILEVER Company poem competition in 2008. A primary school teacher, the author attained his diploma in education from Kyambogo University Kampala in English language and religious education. He studied for his bachelor of education degree in English language and literature from Uganda Christian University Mukono in 2013. He is currently writing a series of stories for young adults.

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