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Arikpo Lawrence Omini
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Arikpo Lawrence Omini
The world we live in is full of shadow people called Night Jumpers. And to be clear, no place is beyond their misty and indiscernible reach. They always lurk behind the veil to attack unsuspecting victims, and no one is safe from their dreadful hands. However, it will take the spine shuddering mystical experience of Ogbemudia, a young scholarship student sent to London, to study, to unravel this secret. Being close to his boss and mentor, he finds out hidden mysteries of life including the existence of an alternate universe that controls the material world. But his wildest discovery, was finding out that his mother, was the head of the coveline society, the most powerful shadow craft, east of the Niger. Bent on extorting from his son of his fortune to pay for a debt pact she made long ago, she traveled over to London to pay his son a visit through an otherworldly ancient mythical portal of transcendence. How could the combined efforts of this young man and his strange boss, stop her from ruining his life, while freeing the world from the mindless clutches of the Night Jumpers? Could the destiny of Benin people long trapped in the sublime machinations of ignorance be plucked out into the light of freedom and enlightenment? Could his new found forward thinking knowledge bring order and harmony to a polarized mercurial world?
Arikpo Lawrence Omini
In a world bedevilled by wars, hunger, inequality, social injustice, racial discrimination and intolerance, almost all of the world's rich societies such as America, the European Union, Australia and Asia set up immigration barriers in order to keep migrants and refugees from coming through their borders and seeking a new and better life, different from the one they knew before, but migrants aren't deterred. They still travel to those countries' frontiers, defying warnings, hoping to make it. In recent years, Germany has taken in many foreign migrants who fled violence, persecution, hunger and death amid a growing atmosphere of resentment, xenophobia, racism and bigotry partly ushered in by the coming to power of the United States of America's dystopian demagogue Hurricane Donald Trump, who endorses politics of hate, ethnic prejudice and religion mostly because these minorities don't look like him. Some of these people pass through hardships into the Sahara Desert. Some are raped while others are used as guinea pigs as their lives are uprooted for transactional purposes. Some are sold and forced into labour while others are killed. Those who survive the ordeal into the Mediterranean Sea lose their lives in unseaworthy boats. What's the end game to this whole global crisis? Will the world cooperate to resolve global issues besieging the world and tackle the forces that enthrone them? Should we still believe in the hope offered the world by the Fall of Berlin Wall, or, should we, in these strange times, believe the Wall has gone right back up?
Arikpo Lawrence Omini
A special boy is led down from the skies. An Ashanti king is born. The one prophecied to change the course of the world and time itself. The leopard king Kwakwu fled after his Kingdom was attacked and his father killed in an odyssey that will eventually prepare him for his future. He returned after completing his thirteen labours in the jungle assigned to him by Selene, Moon Goddess that cursed him with the fabled seventy two skins of invincibility and great power. He fought and defeated the overlord of the alliance to claim back his throne as King. He was later killed by a lion as was long predicted after he successfully established a futuristic utopian 'World Kingdom,' a new world society ruled by love for the environment, unity in one faith, as well as equality and prosperity for all. A thrilling story, full of adventure, mystery, suspense and intense.
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