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THE AFRICAN CHILD

Asuzu Agwunobi shares his story as it happened from the harrowing childhood experience to the ups and downs of his adulthood in the African capital cities and the rural typical village. The interesting mix of hard work and faith in God’s Providence makes for an exhilarating reading that challenges African policy makers.

His critical assessment of the Nigerian crisis in the mid sixties soon after Independence as he places blame on both sides of the conflict depicts the writer’s sense of impartiality to be encouraged by political leaders particularly in Africa.