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Shadow of our harmony

by Joels Uba Njoku | 30 October 2019
Category: General History
Like most African men who travel to developed countries in search of Golden Fleece cling to their cultural identity and values which in most cases is at variance with that of the Western world, Ikechi arrived at the shores of Sweden and acquired education within a record time but his marriage to the woman betrothed to him from childhood came to a head when she graduated from a nursing school. The conflict that engulfed the couple took a toll on their children, who were devastated by the incarceration of their father. The conflict affected the self-esteem of the children who felt that they were the cause of the problem between their parents. The situation got worse when the children discovered that their father had been deported. It goes to confirm the saying that when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers most. Ikechi and his wife could not manage their conflict properly and the ripple effect was loss of what took them a long time to build.
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Like most African men who travel to developed countries in search of Golden Fleece cling to their cultural identity and values which in most cases is at variance with that of the Western world, Ikechi arrived at the shores of Sweden and acquired education within a record time but his marriage to the woman betrothed to him from childhood came to a head when she graduated from a nursing school. The conflict that engulfed the couple took a toll on their children, who were devastated by the incarceration of their father. The conflict affected the self-esteem of the children who felt that they were the cause of the problem between their parents. The situation got worse when the children discovered that their father had been deported. It goes to confirm the saying that when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers most. Ikechi and his wife could not manage their conflict properly and the ripple effect was loss of what took them a long time to build.
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€11.19
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33 Reward Points

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Like most African men who travel to developed countries in search of Golden Fleece cling to their cultural identity and values which in most cases is at variance with that of the Western world, Ikechi arrived at the shores of Sweden and acquired education within a record time but his marriage to the woman betrothed to him from childhood came to a head when she graduated from a nursing school. The conflict that engulfed the couple took a toll on their children, who were devastated by the incarceration of their father. The conflict affected the self-esteem of the children who felt that they were the cause of the problem between their parents. The situation got worse when the children discovered that their father had been deported. It goes to confirm the saying that when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers most. Ikechi and his wife could not manage their conflict properly and the ripple effect was loss of what took them a long time to build.

Product Details

Shadow of our harmony

ISBN9781528918886

Format

PublisherAUSTIN MACAULEY PUBLISHERS (30 October. 2019)

No. of Pages70

Weight98

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 203 x 127 x 7