When we do, we may make corrections or allow nature to force the lesson down our throats.
LAGOS, Nigeria (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
Chidi survives all the odds of a rotten, broken society to find himself in the corridors of power. His friends – Kod, Ayo, Edu and Abudul – instead of turning things around, join the bandwagon and cult of selfish leaders.
An excerpt from “Edge of the Brink”:
“‘She loves me, not you old boy. Let me be the judge of that young man.’ This is a game. Once in, you don’t want to lose or be outside the walls again; this country belongs to those who have what it takes, the heart, the mind, the guts.”
Despite the continued cry of the people of Erega for help, their leaders ignore them. Mass unemployment, crimes of all sorts, broken infrastructure, incessant loss of lives and property, mass poverty stare at them daily as they hear of the billions stashed away by their leaders in foreign international banks.
“Most times we don’t really see what we truly are,” Ifechi writes. “When we do, we may make corrections or allow nature to force the lesson down our throats.”
About the Author
The second daughter of Chief Titus Chukwu Ezereonwu and Mrs. Mabel Ude Oguekusi, Ifechi Jane Odoe was brought up in the university town of Nsukka. She attended Urban Girls Secondary School Nsukka and the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where she studied journalism and earned a master's degree in mass communication from the University of Lagos
She worked in Nigeria's most reputable newspaper, The Guardian, where she was exposed to practical journalism and garnered a wealth of experience. She brings in her experiences on the field, marries it with the everyday realities of the masses against their expectations. She is married to Ike Odoe, and they live in Lagos.
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