IBOTA Convergent Folklore by Emmanuel Ewere

IBOTA Convergent Folklore

byEmmanuel Ewere

Kobo ebook | January 7, 2016

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Ogue's father passed away before he was born. At birth, Ogue's mother made a spirited effort to play the role of a father and a mother for him, but she could not do much in a male dominated and tough agricultural environment in medieval Africa. Ogue's life started to fall apart when the only world he knew, his mother suddenly died when he was about six years old. The night before her death, his mother taught him what seems like a lesson on path to stardom. His mother assured him that in her dream, she saw Ogue in later life became a successful man of fame and that his success will only come true if only Ogue persevere in tribulations of life. Ogue became an orphan when he was about six years old. That was the beginning of the test of faith for Ogue as he struggles to keep faith with the dream of a successful future of stardom that his mother had assured her of. Along the way, centripetal and centrifugal forces tend to tear him apart, and at such moment, invisible forces beyond his knowledge tend to come to his aid to propel him to endure and push forward towards the destiny ahead of him. The pertinent question for observers are, How far could Ogue continue to forge ahead for his destiny without the moral support of his mother? Could he ever get there? I mean will he be able to attained the coveted successful life when no one seems to be on his side? 

Title:IBOTA Convergent FolkloreFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 7, 2016Publisher:Noel ComLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1622173899

ISBN - 13:9781622173891

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