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Adamu Donald hails from Odogomu in Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi State Nigeria. He is Igala by tribe. He was born into the family of Mr. Ismaila Adamu and Mrs. Omaye Adamu as the first child. He is currently a Student of the University Of Jos, Nigeria. He received his primary education at Uwani River Primary School in Enugu State and then Army Children School, Dodan Barracks Ikoyi, in Lagos State. He completed his secondary education at Government College Umuahia and the Federal Government College Ugwolawo in Abia and Kogi State respectively. Although a science student, he has found great joy and comfort in writing because he believes that he can have an important impact upon contemporary society by imparting what he thinks and feels through his writings. He speaks and understands four Nigerian Languages which are Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Igala and English.
Under the African Sky A collection of Short Stories – 4

Under the African Sky A collection of Short Stories – 4

STORY THREE THE DISSOBEDIENT CHILD – A PLAY   Characters in the Play Vera – A good girl from Odion’s family Josiah – A bad boy from Osita’s family Stevies, Chris, Ibrahim, Kenneth, and Deborah – classmates and friends of Vera Mr. and Mrs. Odion – parents of Vera Mr. and Mrs. Osita – parents … Continue reading Under the African Sky A collection of Short Stories – 4

Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion 3

Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion 3

CHAPTER TWO The city greeted and welcomed Ocholi with the cold synthetic complexity and appearance which every city seems to look like to a remote rural dweller. It was topsy-turvy, monstrously attractive and yet at the same time there was an air of despondency around it which felt as if it were suffocating the life … Continue reading Returning Home Beyond The Slavery Of Religion 3

Under The African Sky – A Collection Of Short Stories 3

Seun and Rati went down one path while Bami and Okehi went a different way. Enyo also took her own path alone. Although she was initially scared going alone into the forest, she remembered that her mother had assured her that the gods and her kind heart were always with her so she braced up … Continue reading Under The African Sky – A Collection Of Short Stories 3

Under The African – A Collection Of Short Stories 2

Mama James and Philip took Bature to the village clinic where upon examination the doctor diagnosed him as having chronic jaundice. He was treated and after some days, he became well again. After he was discharged from the hospital, Bature went to the king and pleaded with him to call all of the villagers together … Continue reading Under The African – A Collection Of Short Stories 2