Sunanta Munubiya An saka mata sunan mata ba don ana tunanin ita cikakkiyar mace ba ce.. An saka ma ta sunan ba don ana tunanin wataran ba zata girma ta zama namiji ba.. An saka ma ta ne domin ana bukatar ta gaji mai sunan.. Zan baku labarin 'yar mace 'Yar da ta ci sunan uwarta 'Yar da ko musulunci bai bata uba ba! 'Yar da cikin cikin mahaifiyarta aka tsinewa haihuwarta!" Halittar da ke tsakanin jinsi biyu Mace ce ko namiji? Wannan sai a farin wata sha kallo! Me zai faru a lokacin da halittarka ta banbanta da ta kowa?
When Sophia finds the diary of a mysterious boy on a bus, she can't help but get drawn to him and all his flaws. * * * Seventeen years old Sophia Rodgers has a life every girl can only dream off. She has an amazing boyfriend, supportive friends and a stable family. Why then is she obsessed with the weirdo whose diary she found on the bus. Charlie has a secret, scratch that, Charlie has alot of secrets, 30 actually. Secrets no one can ever find out or his life as he knows it will be over. It's summer and Sophia has nothing better to do. Why not tell the world about the moody personality who lurks their schools hallway's, bring to limelight everything that's wrong with Charlie. Nothing can go wrong right? What's the harm in having a little fun? Their lives were perfectly fine yet all it took was a few secrets for everything to spiral out of control.
The story opens with a massive, high stakes and politically motivated court case involving Karo Oghene, a supposed hardened criminal whose reputation definitely goes before him. In the spirit of all political block busters, a high profile assassination of the state governor is the perfect backdrop for a story that is thrilling from start to finish, definitely likely to keep the reader on the edge, anticipating scenarios, rooting for heroes and hating on villains. Built on a premise of loyalty- both failed and honest in some cases, Ashes follows the efforts of three characters: Maro; Yoma and Judge Ajiri who stumbled upon evidence that revealed Karo’s innocence and stuck out their necks in a bid to vindicate him which never went as they expected.
Mafeng has just been bereaved in the wake of a lingering war that has just wiped out an entire village. A war with several faces. A war that is so domestic in its approach that it engulfs only one city and never spreads. A long coming war trapping people, some of them unsuspecting, at its arrival. The intensity as with most uprising is more astounding abroad than it is at home. Mafeng is caught up in his grief and recounts to us a story of hate, which now makes co-existing almost impossible, and the gruelling aftermaths of fanaticism. Calling Death is a story of pain induced by sectional hate and which turns out to be totally unnecessary or at least avoidable. Follow Mafeng as he recounts to us a true story of the Jos crisis.
In the village of Puwanda, in the Eastern Ugandan district called Nagongera, a man leaves his village wife with children and lives with a town woman. When the love was ended between Okoth Julius and Juliet Nyachwo (Mama Naphtali), Juliet went through extreme hardships raising children alone. Okoth neglected his initial family and eloped into a luxurious life in town with his town woman. The deep wounds of betrayal becomes the very inspiration for Mama Naphtali and her children to work hard and change their poor lives. Amidst hope, persistence, and hard work, could the fate of the divorced woman and her family be decided by just one man?
A Nation wrecking secret falls into the hands of a desperate journalist. The stability of the underworld is threatened. A blood thirsty Commander of the Mujahedeen battling with betrayal within his vicious rank of lieutenants must retrieve the secret at all cost or risk the fury of a diabolical Sheikh. A fiery Catholic Priest torn between manipulative forces of the underworld trying to silence him and the love of a beautiful woman finds himself in the middle of it all.
He is a 15-year-old electronics genius. She is his twin sister and a super-talented dancer and singer. Kidnapped by gun-worshippers and pirates for his brilliance, can he escape in time to save her from sex traffickers? We first meet Lemba as a whiz with cellphones and other gadgets. In his small African village, everyone knows him as the "Fix-it Boy." Josiane is a head-turner. Angel-voiced, she dreams of stardom as a singer of Congolese rumba. Then the Congolese Purification Army raids their village and threatens to return. The "Purifiers" often snatch young children and teens and turn them into child soldiers after making them kill their parents so they won't go AWOL to rejoin Mama and Papa. The best way for the twins to keep their mother and father alive will be to flee to the capital, the maga-city of Kinshasa. Hired by Pierre's Internet Cafe there, Lemba excels as a precocious internet and drone guy, and Josiane is the star performing attraction. Then two Purifier leaders show up at the cafe as customers, and Pierre brags of Lemba's amazing prowess with both guns and drones. The gun-worshippers whisk Lemba away. To save his mother, father, and dog from a machete blade, he's forced to fight for the wrong side on both land and sea. He must even become a pirate. Josiane meanwhile faces dangers just as scary as her brother's. Caught in the crosshairs of a sex trafficking lord, she has no one to rescue her and is running out of options. Can Lemba escape the clutches of the Purifiers — led by a seven-foot tall whack job all too handy with an AK-47 and oversized blades — in time to save Josiane and protect his parents while keeping his humanity? No Taller than My Gun is a military thriller full of action and adventure and chilling twists and turns that will rivet you. Readers of young adult fiction will find Gun to be compelling and inspirational. But it is not just for YA fans. Older readers also will enjoy the international setting and satisfying ending. Ultimately, Gun turns out to be not just a thriller but a provocative novel of ideas. Get your copy now and start rooting for a smart, witty, likable hero as he struggles to save his loved ones.
The novel is an uncovering into the mind of children who suffer emotionally, physically and mentally from their experiences as money wives. Money marriage is an age- long tradition; where children are sold into sexual slavery or exchanged as a form of currency to pay off debts their family amassed, sometimes before they were even born. The narrator takes us on Boma's journey, an eleven year old girl kidnapped by Osas – a money marriage kingpin whose unprofitable money marriage business forces him into kidnapping young girls off the streets after poor families refused to borrow money from him. Boma's journey is hard to describe, and understandably so, as we would soon see that this evil tradition is woven so deep into our society, that it is easier to say we do not know it exists than to set Boma free from her chains.
The Captain who goes to war with his presets… A promising young man with an ancestral burden… A web of schemers who get dealt differently by the hands of fate… A triangle of love with uncertainties and deceit… A sly fox who bites off more than he can chew… This Collection of Short Stories solemnly explores the unpredictable, grim and impulsive thresholds in human behaviour.
Deep Expression is a transformative book that weaves an electrifying tale of loss, grief, love, and redemption. The story of the character 'Brenda' awakens us to the menace and claws of depression in its organic progression, all the way to its full evolution, while addressing some deep-seated issues and preconceived societal constructs. It is an important conversation and an essential body of work for anyone who wants to go beyond the awareness of mental health, especially depression, but seeks to take it head on. Find out how courage, faith, tenacity, and resilience play out in this unforgettable and inspiring story.