Dear God, Never Again is a transitional justice memoir about a people, a place and a period. Read the improbable journey of an Igbo prince, street-hawker and BOFF teenage freedom fighter who survives a genocidal war and rises to become a professor, peacemaker and inweronye (subaltern) rights warrior. "My life is an example that child soldiers, street hawkers and kidnapped victims of terrorism and war, like the Bring Back Our Girls case in Nigeria can be saved, educated and reintegrated into society as useful citizens. Another life is possible even when past injustices refuse to lie down quietly and rest." Ewa Unoke Ph.
D. (Howard University) "Nothing can or ever will minimize the injustices and brutality perpetrated on the Biafran people nor diminish the shamefulness of a British Government's frantic, albeit indirect participation..." Fredrick Forsyth (British Journalist) "I found this story very truly inspiring. As I read the story, tears came to my eyes, and I wept... quietly for him, for his family, and for his people. Dr. Ewa Unoke is proof that people who have suffered horrific things can accomplish great things. His life is a testimony of the inner strength that we all carry within, and with the right motivation nothing is out of reach for anyone." Tonia Harmon, Student, Author, A Life Opened
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|Size: ||2.1 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781634497190 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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