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After Sunday Graces explores the challenges church folks face right outside the church. It is noting different from what every other person goes through as opposed to the general belief of churchgoers as saints. The pastor and his wife aren't left out.
MOTE Mote, a young Nigerian painter believes she has found the love of her life, Jack, an American architect. Together, they survive the problems that stir up from their interracial union. However, when tragedy befalls their close-knit family of four, Mote is forced to relive the past – revealing harbored secrets and uncovering old truths. ARA Ara, having watched her father fire the shot that killed her only brother, is enraged and hell-bent on revealing what she witnessed to anyone who cares to listen. She battles to reconcile the man she once called father and the man she saw murder his own son. She is yet to find out that they may have harbored a stranger in their home. JACK Jack finds himself living in his own shadow, caught up in a web of lies that threaten his life and reality. Although he attempts to find his way back, he soon sees himself making decisions that seem to draw him further from the truth, as he forms new bonds and allegiances. As time goes on, he finds that he is becoming the man he swore to kill.
Muna Igwe is not searching for love when she meets the extremely wealthy and irresistable Tade Carter. Neither is he. However, theirs is an instant attraction, one that soon develops into something stronger. But how strong is their love when Muna's past comes calling?
An old love... …or a new passion. Hope has never forgiven Charles for the pain he caused her when he married someone else, but when he shows up in her life, separated and contrite, she is tempted to accept his apologies. But then there’s Daniel, who is handsome, successful and sexy, with a smile that lights up her insides. He’s the perfect man, as long as she’s prepared to let go of her feelings for Charles. With her heart on the line, will Hope choose the past, or allow herself to fall for someone new?
Attractive business mogul, Akeem Kadiri, has just one belief — confidence in himself and his ability to make things happen. His principle had worked for him over the years, and he had no reason to change it. When he meets Yemi, his life appears even more picture-perfect until a costly decision results in his carefully planned life spiralling out of control. Yemi is completely swept off her feet when she meets Akeem during her holidays in the U.K. Despite the differences in their family backgrounds, Yemi feels secure in Akeem’s love for her until events happen that shake her to her very core. Can their love for each other withstand the consequences of their actions? Or will they find it easier to let things take their natural course? ‘After The Storm’ is a story of love, heartbreak, difficult choices and ultimately finding the greatest love of all.
When hot-shot multibillionaire: Gregory Brown is forced to marry before he turns 30, he picks sweet, easygoing Vanessa Odeh; the new intern who recently starts working at5 his company. The plan of it all was simple: fake date, fake being in love, get married and get a divorce once Greg turned 30. Well, easier said than done.
1. Tracey Ewuse – the leader, the oldest and definitely the smartest, the mastermind and the ‘persuasive’. 2. Imaobong (Ima) Etim – the beautiful one, the sweet talker, the ‘seducer’—‘you can see, you will give, but you definitely won’t touch’. 3. Layla Aleman – the story teller, the youngest, the independent—‘I don’t need a man.’ In the classy, busy city of Abuja, three girls think they can and they will break the hearts of men and get away with it. And they do... well, until they met their perfect matches.
Pastor Joshua and his wife were the perfect couple, loved and admired by all. What happens when they have a visitor?A visitor who might know of a secret that they had been keeping for months.
N.B: This isn’t the original story, but a product of my imagination. Ralia, receives a letter from her father after a long time, which brings her nothing but sorrows.
Aisha is a favored daughter of the Emir of Kano and Father John is a young Catholic Priest in the Lagos Archdiocese, but they share a history; one that is beckoning to be revisited. Aisha never knew what love was until she met John, back when she was a teenager, however, things have changed now. John fell deeply in love with Aisha, back when he was still in University, however, things have changed now. Life drove them apart but what can one coincidental meeting cause? GET THE FULL BOOK NOW! 1. Download on the Okada Books App, at ~ N1000(GHc16/R41/KHs280) 2. On Amazon Kindle - Amazon.co.uk (Paperback also available) 3. Order a hard copy at N3000 on Jumia and it will be delivered to you - www.jumia.com.ng Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The independence of the Biafran people can only be traced back to those few who gave everything to its actualization. This is the story of the men and women who sacrificed everything for their freedom.
There is a crowd of hard workers in the world but influence and strategic results are commanded by a few! why the irony? They engaged the right architecture to hit their target, their formula had ACCURACY beyond speed. They understood the instrument of Performance Necessity. Many people work hard, the striking question is “are they working at the right thing? Working on the right thing is more important than working hard! Targets are inevitable in life, Business and Career. Importantly is the ability to beat the targets and strategically register your self-worth and corporate value. Hitting your target right will 1. Re-brand your productive value into profitable Experience. 2. Build you for profitable growth, new attraction and retention potential. 3. Raise your Negotiating Power. ( Priced profile) 4. Nourish your innovation investment. 5. Multiply your income potential. 6. Give you knowledge of practical way for remedying failing projects. The book in your hand is a valuable pact to relocate and help you achieve that first choice desire in your heart! It contains practical strategies that will help you to defeat the challenges that have hindered your astounding performance prior to now.
Abinda zai daure maka kai bai wuce yadda ummi ke sake bawa zeenat kulawa ta musamman ba ,ta kowani part tana iya kokarin ganin ta fito da diyarta ta tsab, zeenat bata rasa komai ba tun daga dangin sutura da mayuka shafe masu tsada zuwa kayan kwalliya ana cikin haka tafiya takama ummi zuwa India dan haka ta tasa diyarta gaba suka tafi zeenat taji dadin zuwansu India tamkar karta dawo ,watan su daya suka tattaro suka diro Nigeria saboda bikin family dinsu yakusa koda ta dawo ma su Maryam sun dinka mata duk anco din da aka fidda tunda damar suna da telarsu ce da yake zuwa har gida ya karba dinki,... note: wannan Book complete ne kada ka/ki tsaya zullumi ko wasi-wasi wajen saya.
This is a conversational Christian book for children and parents. It is best for children between the ages of 5-9.
When I was in J.S 2, my dad had gotten to the rank of a lieutenant in the Nigerian Army and when addressing him on paper, 'LT' had to come before his name. My classmates and teachers would act weird around me whenever I was writing his name; either on a report or filling out a form or anything at all. Someone had even asked me why I talked about him in the present tense and I was puzzled. I didn't understand any of the reactions I got when I talked about him. I felt it was the general discomfort people have around you when you mention your father is a soldier. One day, I told a random classmate that my father would be coming for a school event and he said, "How? I thought he is dead!" and the students who heard him asked him to shut up. "God forbid! Who told you that?" I asked no one in particular as I looked at the individual faces of those who shut him up. "You always put 'Late' in front of his name na" someone said. "Ah! No o! It's short for "Lieutenant", his rank in the Army" I explained. Everyone was stunned as they chorused "Oooooohhhh..." in realization. Soon, teachers got the clarification and I gave myself credit for contributing to the knowledge of the entire school. They now know another meaning for 'LT' because of me. They are welcome.
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