by Ogbonna Nwokpoku
The question of what holds pre-eminence in the life of an African man, between his sons and his lands has always been a hot issue. Ali is a developing story which presents a thrilling and engrossing account of an African child growing up in a complicated world of land rivalry. His existence is made meaningful by his significance as a redeemer of a lost asset.
About the Author:
Ogbonna Nwokpoku is from Nigeria. He lives in Lagos where he writes for the Vanguard newspaper.
(2014, Paperback, 52 pages)