Janet was on her way back from an event when she noticed a tinted-glass car tailing her behind. She waved away the thought of being followed until she changed route and the same car still followed. With her little girl sleeping at the back seat, she made a call to her husband, Segun who told her what to do. After escaping what seemed like a kidnapping attempt, she thought she wasn’t in harm’s way any longer till she felt someone following her everywhere she goes. Her husband invited his friend, who is a police detective, to uncover who the stalker is. Detective Kola with his team played all strategies in capturing the stalker, but the unknown stalker takes a two-step ahead in every single step they take. Detective Kola was convinced the stalker is a close member of their family who knows so much about them. Things took a dramatic turn when the only child of the family was kidnapped right in her grandma’s house. All suspects get killed before the police could get to them. Whoever is behind the calamity that is befalling Janet’s home isn’t just a stalker, but a killer. What happens when the past event that has been buried comes out to haunt the loving union of Janet and Segun? This story brings a unique, suspense plot that will keep readers glued till the end.
The Renovators comes with a lot of suspense, thriller, beautifully interlaced with an ample dose of romance. It is so fascinating that, despite tight schedules, I constantly had to create pockets of free time to get back into it. It is delivered in such an interesting manner that the young and the old, men and women, can easily understand. Tare clearly presents the myriads of marital issues as seen in the different families and thus, underscores the facts that these are situations we have seen, and can easily relate with. However, despite all the odds, The Renovators clearly demonstrates to us that there is still hope for even the seemingly hopeless marriages; those at the brinks of divorce, if we are willing to roll up our sleeves and get down to work as renovators in our marriages and allow God work with and through us. The Renovators will keep you expecting more as you move from page to page. It clearly depicts the sordid state of affairs with many marriages all around us. The pains, the horrors, the dishonesty, the hurts, the deceits, the disloyalty and so much more! The Renovators is down to earth, not holding anything back. There’re lots of lessons to learn and apply into our lives as singles and married to enhance our marriages as the beautiful garden that God created it to be. The Renovators is quiet informative, very enlightening, totally refreshing and highly instructive. Your life and marriage is about to be hit by a positive force that you will never recover from. This book will clearly open your eyes to practical and effective steps essential for cultivating and renovating your marriage to get the best out of it from this day
Dedicated to Professor Wole Soyinka [1986 Nobel laureate]; this book serves as sincere admonition to the literary icon. 'Trials of Brother Qasim' is a philosophical piece replete with hope, passion, struggle, love, admonitions, intelligence, determination and courage of a resolute and versed University student named Qasim who is the main character. With a single slap, he logically answered three questions that were posed by an Associate Professor of Philosophy in the lecture room and got expelled for one academic session. During a conference at the Capital, with the presence of invited dignitaries; Governors, Senators, Ministers, International diplomats, scholars from different parts of the world and other prominent people: a visiting and renowned brilliant Emeritus Professor of Science and Philosophy who is an atheist; Professor Pedro Imojoju, challenges the entire assembly by asking five tough philosophical questions which no one could give answers correctly. Qasim, whose request for Introduction letter to the renowned scholar was rejected by the Dean, Students' Affairs Unit of the University, struggle to attend the conference by trekking over hundred kilometres. He wasn't invited. Stung by a scorpion while taking shelter in an uncompleted building, he discovers that the venue is heavily guarded by armed military personnel. Indeed, the age of Methuselah cannot be compared to the wisdom of Solomon. Did Qasim enter the venue despite the presence of heavy security? What are the questions the renowned professor asked? Did Qasim solve the challenges? Did Qasim survive the venom of the scorpion? You cannot afford to miss this unique mind-blowing story.
Irawo generically means Star. True to its name, Irawo City is really a star city. In it is located several star institutions, one of which is the University of Irawo. This is the city’s shining stone and the nation’s pride. How was it that such a mad cattle carnival did take place in this great citadel renowned for outstanding formation and unrivalled academic excellence? Two lovers were full of most brilliant dreams – star students to star couple – but were miserably caught in that mesh of epic absurdities. This unfortunate part of the fiction is based on a real life event of a not very far history.
Modinat is determined to make a better life for herself and will do anything it takes to become one of the Lagos big girls including stepping on some dangerous toes. Finding love is not part of the plan but sometimes the Lagos hustle can lead to something extra.
Modinat is playing in the big leagues now but her posh new friends have so many secrets! Is being a Lagos big girl all it's cracked up to be?
A poor father with high expectations finds that the gateway to his unrealized dream of owning a worthwhile property, is his young daughter's suitor. The struggling young doctor must do all he can to marry his love even if it means paying what his family term as a ridiculous price. This book has lots of humor and captures what is the norm in the modern day South-South Nigeria.
You know that cold, paralyzing sensation that starts from your toes and spreads out to every fibre of your being, preventing you from doing anything other than hearing the loud sound of your heart beating rapidly in your chest, and the roaring of blood rushing to your ears? Teju knew that feeling all too well. Standing in front of her schoolmates, Teju was a hair's breadth from doing the one thing that she loved, that very few people had ever seen her do. And that was, to sing. With a dose of courage, Teju opened her mouth to utter that first sound that would break her free of her fear and give her that high feeling of achievement. She opened her mouth to sing... And nothing came out. The hall was silent. Expectant. Then a murmur arose. In the midst of the shouts of complaints and the hard beating of her heart, would Teju hear her best friend's advice and remember to forget the world and just sing?
Patience is a virtue that all relationships need The story is that of a married man struggling financially. He needs the support of his love interest and tries his best to have her stay, but she quickly leaves without considering him She, however, wants to crawl back when things get better. it is an excellent lesson for women that love it when it is only rosy and want to hit the road when the man is down True love needs one to stay around for the long haul Note: Reason with me is a song written by Rudeboy i only converted it to act and in a readable form converted in a readable form by Agu Chinedu Emmanuel ( Elnino)
She stoops to Conquer’ is a comedy by the famous 18th century Anglo – irish novelist playwright and poet Oliver Goldsmith. Oliver Goldsmith is best known for his novel The vicar of Wakefield (1766,) his pastoral poem The Deserted village (1770) and his play The Good – Natur’d Man (1768). He is said to have been born on 10 November 1730, either in the townland of Pallas, near Ballymahon, county Longford, Ireland where his father was the Anglican Curate of the parish of Forgney or at the residence of his maternal grandparents, at the Smith Hill House in the diocese of Elphin, where his grandfather was a clergyman. She Stoops to Conquer is one of the most performed eighteenth century plays, unanimously enjoyed for its amazing and deep insight into human psychology and behaviour. It is immensely rich in comic situations, lively characterisation and amusing language. It is a classic example of a laughing comedy with and enduring appeal.
Will the son of the king be enthroned? If love truly exists, then why is it difficult to find? Would he be able to live with the mistakes and downfalls of the past? Will she be able to get married into the family? What is love? What does love feel like? Is it possible to fall in love and at the same time, chase your dreams? Is it a crime for a middle-class lady to fall in love with a young man from a high-class family and vice-versa? Does love really win all the time? SON OF THE KING takes you on a journey from a day of nothing to a generation of abundance. The ups and downs of life. It follows the story of a young doctor who found himself in London after losing his job and everything in his home country. Will he be able to survive and make it in a foreign land? True stories wrapped up in love and phantasy. This book is dedicated to you because you are wonderfully and fearfully made. Close your eyes and dream big. Wake up and work hard to fulfil the greatest of your heart desires. The stories in this book follow the lives of people who never gave up on reaching their goals.