Africa stories, books, poems, and more

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One year after South Sudan became independent, I moved, by myself, to work on the compound of a children's home in Nimule, South Sudan. It was the hardest thing I had ever done, turning, upside down, how I thought of need in Africa. Read More
"You have become grandparents of a baby warthog!" The first message I sent to my parents. A little 600 grams baby warthog ended up in my lap a few days after arriving at a wildlife care center. Read More
*Why are blacks not wealthy* Excerpts from an interview with a Jewish leader about Blacks. INTERVIEWER: Why are blacks so behind Economically? JEWISH LEADER: The only thing blacks understand is Consumption. Blacks don't understand the importance of creating and building wealth.… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Book / Fantasy

February 23, 2018

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The Booksie Classic House

In a continent where society is on the brink of extinction and the life expectancy in the police force is VERY short, only a MAD person will be willing enough to enforce the law. Read More

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A mysterious man stalks the evening market, looking for the man who saved his life Read More
O’Llenodecaca San is a struggling American Poet who has drifted aimlessly about America and the globe in quest of inspiration in locations and situations where even the blindest and deafest could easily could find enough inspiration for a lifetime and he has come up empty handed. This,… Read More

Poem / True Confessions

December 17, 2017

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The EKG House

It was time to stir the guards up for being slack! Read More

Short Story / Memoir

October 01, 2017

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Comments: 1

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The Footsteps, yarns and little fibs House

Papaya is one of nature's healthy foods. There's also a lesson on 'how to propagate'. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

September 20, 2017

Reads: 67

Comments: 1

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The Footsteps, yarns and little fibs House

Asked to join a meeting to discuss wedding arrangements, but nothing seemed quite right. Read More
This article entails how Uganda has lagged behind in technology in a number of ways that can be solved easily. Read More
Your average Nigerian youths have conversation ranging from political to social issues and challenges. Read More
Unfiltered truth about my beloved country Nigeria. Read More
Written around the time my mind was sparked; 2008-2009. Read More

Tags: human, africa, african

Written after regaining my mind and soul beginning of 2015. Read More

Tags: africa, soulful

The terms loner, tough, rancher, independent, and successful best describe Millie Shitanda. A widow and loving mother of Jamie. Jamie, her 5-year-old daughter is living proof of the impeccable love she once experienced. She wears her father’s features beautifully. It’s impossible to miss the resemblance! Victor, just like many men,… Read More

Book / Other

January 06, 2017

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The Booksie Classic House

Amber, an invasive fox brought into wild Africa by humans, lives with her mother as a loner without a father. Skulks of other invasive foxes grow more deadly and closer. And doesn't help that her mother is on a bounty list of Zaire, one of the most powerful foxes in… Read More
this short article reflects the relationship between the international criminal court and the united nations security council, in light of the unprecedented violence in darfur [sudan]. Read More

Poem / War and Military

September 20, 2016

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Comments: 1

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The Booksie Classic House

darker day is a poem telling of the horror of warlords and child soldiers on the african continent Read More

Tags: war, africa, warlords

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Comments: 1

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The Booksie Classic House

Two ladies caught in a bind trying to create a script for a gossip tv show Read More
This is a describtion of Africa as a continent being used as a pawn by superpowers Read More

Tags: africa

The DTL oil company send in a crew of three Kiwis to clean up an oil spill on Kerguelen Island in a parallel world where the sea level is 3,000 metres lower. They are suddenly attacked by pirate when they approach the Macdonald Bay Port. But can the African Union… Read More

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A short story on faith. Read More

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Comments: 2

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A teaching experience in another culture. Read More

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The story of a strange skull from Africa. Read More

Tags: magic, africa, skull

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