An African story that illustrates the reward for humility and hard work. A poor orphan who is maltreated because of his circumstance exhibits a humble, respectful and honest character devoid of greed and vengeance. Where does this take him to?…….

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Dogma and misconceptions about the place of religion in the scheme of things has led many people to premature and undeserved failure. Superstition has blinded many from recognizing the most obvious of realities and made them vulnerable to so-called spiritualists who through vain prophecy rip them of even the little that failure has left them with. What then is the way forward?

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The spirit of Africa is the spirit of strength. It’s a people bound by landscape, history and survival. It is the beauty of the sun and the darkness of the night. It is in the shouts of a million children, dancing in the rain. Enjoying the freedom of home. Home! The land of our fathers,…

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We believe in Rainmaking in my village, Amagu, and in most villages around the planes of the east. We believe in placing leaves and mirrors in the gaze of the sun and begging the clouds to hold its temper.

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Once upon a time! In the time when cars are in use and houses are built in concrete. In a time when giant dragons made of iron and steel fly in the air. In a time, when people have a voice so loud that they could converse with each other even when they are continents…

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Slaves are everywhere, indeed anywhere you turn to. But, many point at others, most times those from the hinterland, not knowing that they themselves are bigger slaves. There is a form of slavery that recruits millions daily. You definitely know it, but might not have considered it to be slavery. Are you a slave?……..

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Traditional norms and values are meant to entrench peace, harmony and orderliness in our society. However, when misapplied, they can destroy much more than they can build. Here, love, which is the essence of life, is threatened by some strongly held codes.

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“Your right to swing your fist stops where my nose starts”, so says a popular dictum. However, some people seem to be riding on the crest of religion to bend this principle. Should this be encouraged, simply because, no one wants to be tagged an atheist or agnostic?

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Africa is a land with unique peculiarities. Almost nothing is actually thought to be just what is obvious to the eyes. Superstition is almost as entrenched as the doctrine of life itself. But, can this retard human progress? Is this a system that should endure?

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A story set in Northern Nigeria where religious crisis and communal violence tear friends, families, neighborhoods and communities apart. Here, two friends who have never known their differences get entangled in one of such violent episodes where their love is put to the test. How far can love really take them?

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