Zutuka and His Flower by Sunday Ahuronyeze Abakwue

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"A fatherless boy by name Zutuka was born into a poor village. His parents were poor and his older brother was a very envious soul.
One day, however, while Zutuka and his evil brother were on their way to the village market, they met a benevolent water-goddess known as Mamiwota. And because Zutuka was thoughtful enough as to greet her so respectfully, the goddess graciously decided, right there, to bless him. He would become the richest man in the village. And through him, his family and his entire village would be blessed abundantly.

About Sunday Ahuronyeze Abakwue

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Sunny A. Abakwue is the son of Chief and Mrs. Abakwue Ahuama in Aba, Nigeria. He is a greatly talented African author. And, he sees his literary endeavors, like an import of a prophetic vision, prior to writing them down, with pen or pencil, all in his papers. S.A. Abakwue has many fantastic books available, not only online. (www.amazon.com;www.1stbooks.com;www.iuniverse.com), in the bookstores, but also in the public libraries, around the world. He loves African Dance.
Published February 9, 2010 by Xlibris. 206 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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