"I have read the stories and find them very educative and entertaining."
…Eserinume McCarthy Mojaye
Mass Communication Department
Delta State University, Abraka campus
“A true story from a rich mind. Deep moral insight, with a wonderful sense of humour.”
…Thomas Ebiware Ogboka
“When one finishes reading the first story, one is tempted to read the next one, and so on and so forth till end of the book, because the stories are very entertaining, educative and informative.”
…Flora Bernard Job
Special Duties, Culture and Tourism
Rivers State Governor’s Office
“I want to encourage you to see a television production personnel, and start writing drama series on television. You will make a lot of impact in the society. You have good works.”
…Tokunboh Rukiat Lawal
Mass communication Department
University of Lagos.
"…It is an adaptation of folk-tales treating moral issues ranging from disobedience to spiritual instruction and its consequences… to problems of child-bearing and deceit by fake mediums… to theme of vengeance, envy and jealousy…to the issue of obnoxious fetish practices… to the theme of triumph of good over evil… The stories each try to criticize the Nigerian society, lampooning the bad leadership that has characterized the governing system since the country became independent, and condemning individuals for their frailties, which have rendered the world a useless place for all to live in."
Literamed Publications (Nigeria) Ltd,
“…It looks interesting trying to blend oral folktale style with writing. So also is making a human and earth worm interact… One hardship or disappointment could lead to something better.”
…Professor Tanure Ojaide
North Carolina State University at Charlotte
“…A wonderful satirist who sees the lacking values in the nation…”
…Ursula Ngozi Uzoeshi
Author: Actors on Stage,
Vice Principal in the Imo State School System.