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Damian Chiemezie is a passionate Nigerian writer and essayist who lives in Enugu. He is also a public speaker, poet, storyteller, computer nerd and graphics designer.He is the writer who has found his voice and is known for his healing words. He digs deep into people’s hearts with words and transform them. He contributes his writings to Sages Publications. His articles in the space shine brighter than snow. And his motivational speeches can never be overrated.

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In this book, a child, Ezugwu, who is borne poor, challenges his status quo. He doesn’t think like the rest of the children who are borne poor. His thinking is different. He does everything he could to make life meaningful for himself and his children. Though he is poor, he rejects poverty and begins to work hard; he commits his entire life to make a difference in society.

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His is even bitter as his father is an illiterate drunk—who lives his life, drinking and lazing around in the village. And not only that. He is slothful and weak. One would have taken solace if he is hardworking but devoted to pleasure. In his case, he is lazy and epicurean. So engaged in pleasure that he climbs his wife now and then. This desire makes him give birth to a dozen children. He mindfully creates abject poverty for his children.

Price: N2000

But free for the first one month.

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Anyone can launch it with any amount

To be launched on WhatsApp

Date Wed, 9th Oct, 2019

Launching Venue:

https://chat.whatsapp.com/ItO3N8QwezRE3GZfGl1YTo

I will communicate you about the link for download.But for the meantime, to get your copy email: damianchiemezie8@gmail.com

But someone comes and says he shall not toe the footsteps of his father. Ezugwu makes sure he achieves greatness in spite of his destitution. Imagine you achieving greatness without a helper. But this excuse is long overdue. For him, nothing should prevent one from achieving what one wants if truly the mind is committed. He commits his mind and focuses on the possibilities. As he begins to walk in the way, the way appears. He begins to see opportunities and what he could do to make life better for his generation. 

He has a calling to be a warrior to ward off injustice in the land. He craves peace in the land and he thinks being a warrior will make a difference. There is no money to learn fighting and his uncles are not concerned about his future. Not minding those obstacles, he manages to start somewhere. He starts fishing and the little money he gets, he saves them for the bigger dreams. From there, he begins to learn fighting and keeps educating his mind. He learns how to read and write and later become a counselor. His life grows larger than life. He grows his influence to make an impact. As a warrior, he conquers many lands; and as a counselor, he saves folks who have lost hope in all kinds of situations.

He becomes a beacon of hope to all the suffering people out there who thinks greatness cannot be achieved if one is not borne with a silver spoon in one’s mouth. Because he achieves greatness despite his poverty, he decides to chronicle his experiences in a book. His journey to marriage, purpose, wealth and many other engagements birthed this book. So in this book, it is filled with his experiences. Using his stories as a specimen, he tells his children what they will see in the rocky road of life and how they would better handle them.

And he intends that his memoir shall serve as a guide to his children and extensively to the world. Being so creative and educated, he divides his life experiences into books. And each book pinpoints a fragment of his experience. Through that way, he runs a series of his life experiences to educate mankind. 

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Societal Blindfold

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I did not want to be like them.
I always believed they were to blame.
I only saw what the society defined,
“Women are a problem” yet, I am a woman also.
I believed every word society uttered to me.


Years passed and I grew up with my own truth,
Rather the truth presented to me.
Growing up to the societal good and bad definitions.
Little did I know,
It was never the reality.

I glanced at my own mother crying her life out.
Still, I blamed her and saw a wicked one who
Could not make him stay.
“Mama, you failed us,” only if I knew.
I did not want to be her.
I did not want to be them.

I perceived marriage as a trophy and gold medal of life.
Believed every word my society taught me as a woman.
I focused more on finding the right man.

I snubbed my dreams, potentials, and talents.
Ask me why?
All because I did not want to be them.
 Who is them?
Them single mothers.
They were evil according to my learned descriptions.
Little did I know.

I allowed years to slide.
My dreams called, I closed my ears.
“Women are nothing.”
Only to realize, all was a
Societal Blindfold.

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A penurious life.

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Admiring the mouth-watering menu,

My throat craving for a cold beer.

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Searching my pockets,

A budget for a loaf of bread is the reality.

I then understand why,

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A penurious life.

By Trevor Virima

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Gratifying its way.

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Sunday full of its luxuriate spirit,

Carrying the drowsiness of Monday to a

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Tuesday as it brings the burden of chores.

Wednesday giving light to a thirsty Thursday as we prattle about

Friday becoming a Zip line to an

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Entertaining Saturday.

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