When Kendem, a varsity instructor, returns to his native Lewoh countryside where he spent his childhood, he is seeking relief from the complexity of human civilization after attending the Fulbright Institute in the United States. Instead, he is confronted with two seething issues: how to reveal to his sick and troubled mother the situation in which he finds his elder brother, the successor of Mbe Tanju-Ngong's household, who travelled to the United States many years before and had never returned and the dispute over Fuo Beyano's funeral which is tearing the land apart, whether the deceased village chief, should be given a Christian burial or he should, according to the age-old tradition of Lewoh people, go through a ritual to enable him return and continue ruling his people.aFix a day within this week. If I dona#39;t see you I will visit your workplace on ... It was a small room with a bed poorly dressed up, a settee with one leg broken and parts of the leather torn. A few other single chairs of different make stood in oddanbsp;...
|Title||:||God was African|
|Publisher||:||Langaa RPCIG - 2014-12-01|