Finally, the prophecy of the long-awaited beautiful ones had been fulfilled and no longer like ikiken in the sky!
The news about their newborn baby went out through all the clans and the surrounding communities
Enebieni John is a native of Ikot Ana, who has decided to give us an insight into the value and importance of culture and traditions, this is very important as culture and tradition can not be overlooked
The cohabitation of the living and the dead is a piece of art crafted into excellence.
Set in contemporary Africa, the novel tells the story of a kingdom and its firm belief in the promise of the gods.
The news of Priestess Aigbekaen’s death brought fresh hope to
Prince Oberu, and, Princess Onorien has revitalized again; so full of joy and her husband went into her and Yahweh gave her conception,
and she bore a son. Finally, the prophecy of the long-awaited beautiful ones had been fulfilled and no longer like ikiken in the sky!
The news about their newborn baby went out through all the clans and the surrounding communities.
Cutlures and traditions are very significant as this is the substance that makes up a community. Culture and tradition play a significant role in civilization and characters of its citizens as this helps striking balance with mother eart inaddition to its intrinsic value, culture provides important social and economic benefits.
The people of Umon and Bendel
gathered to celebrate with their kings.
The drummers took to their
drums and the air became tense like a tightened bow. The song leaders of the various singing groups were peerless vocalists. Their voices cut through the air like swords.
Young men and women danced like maggots and the older ones twisted like an excited Ewe. Even the sky became inseparable with the land.
All these were in tandem with the Emissary’s statement;
‘there should always be joy in the home of the king because that is where the downcast finds solace’
The Cohabitation of the living and the dead is the story of love, culture and the need to preserve and bequeath culture to posterity.
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About the author
Enter being John is a native of Ikot Ana, Umon in Biase Lothe cal Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria.
The author is a member of the National Association of Criminologists and Security Practitioners of Nigeria (N. A. C. S. P). He is also a member of the f Abuja Literary Society (A.L.S) who impacts the world in his own way and also available for media interviews.
He earned a degree in Criminology and Security studies from the National Open University of Nigeria at Abuja.
He lives in FCT, Abuja.