My Books

DISCOVER THE INK IN THE PEN
Let the pen writes

THE ABSOLUTE POWER

corrupt absolutely

PROLOGUE

Adeyinka lives in Ajapa Town a more prosperous neighboring village. He is very successful and well educated. As a result of this, the kingmakers deem him fit to be the next king, although he’s not Heir to the Throne. Some of the chiefs accepted to make him king because of his Wealth. Now, mal-administration, mal-adjustment, violence, and injustice are the code of conduct of Ikolu Village. In fact, King Adeyinka’s attitude on the throne is most reprehensible. The chiefs are all in consternation… Having realized their mistakes, they conspire with the great warrior of the village (OGUNREMI) to murder the king and they promise him great reward for his action…

 


AND SHE WEPT

The diary of a lady

PROLOGUE

Her legs were drifting backward forcing the centre table out of its position, she guarded her body as she held his two stubborn hands that were about forcing their ways through her waist. She hummed like a baby but the message was cleared enough to be understood by him but he pretended. Thousands of things rushed through her mind under that seconds as she played back her Mum’s warning one after the other;

 

 


THE COMPROMISE

Jambite dairy

OVERVIEW

Out of a sharp mind comes a sharp product. The saying is true with the poetic nature of this book, The Compromise by Abiola OlaOluwa. What a warning signal to students on campus! Cultism turns life to a 'GIANT COCKROACH' that everyone wanted dead. Cultism is a losing game, avoid it like a plague. I strongly recommend this book to all the homes.

The Compromise is a satirical exposition to problems of cultism in our universities revealing possible causes and probable solutions. The title ‘THE COMPROMISE’ is an evidently apt title that expostulates the level of decadence in our society in a religious setting. I believe its language is clear, simple, and direct. It imbues an inspirational approach which will arouse the reader’s curiosity announcing the writer as omniscient. The diction is apt, appropriate, and comprises language expected in the culture of today.  I strongly recommend this book a must-read for every potential undergraduate.


LOOKING GLASS SELF

...the real you

LOOKING GLASS SELF

(The Real you)

PREFACE

Don’t wait for anybody to appreciate you, start doing that yourself. Appreciate yourself by yourself and when they see you, they will appreciate you as you have rightly placed yourself. Get your deficiency into work, by seeing it as an opportunity to be different in your own world. Don’t accept defeat because you are not a mistake. Your outlook appearance doesn’t affect the treasure that God has deposited in you. Even with your look, you can make a difference.


JUST 5 MINUTES

JUST 5 MINUTES

 

INTRODUCTION

I was preaching somewhere and I mentioned issue of sex among youth immediately I got to that point a young man tackled me by asking me this thoughtful question, he said and I quote.

‘If God did not want us to make sex while we are yet to marry, then why did God gives us sexual huge even at our tender age. For real, I swallowed some spits as I succumbed. But as logical as the question was, the answer to it will be logical too. God will never make a mistake to the best of my understanding, He has given us the sexual huge from the start of our life but it habitually activated when we recognize the effect of opposite sex. Having this drive in us is not supposed to be an avenue for us to misconstrue it for ungodly sexual act before marriage.

THE SCRIPT OF LIFE

the dramatic approach to destiny

THE SCRIPT OF LIFE

 

“… a dramatic representation of life which makes us to understand better, what destiny is all about.”

 

INTRODUTION

THE SCIPT OF LIFE” is an expatiation on a poem which I received the inspiration to write some years ago. The poem reads thus:

He writes the script

Heartedly cast everybody

Each sends on stage to act

Everybody plays a role

Heroes and heroines are the brave ones in the script

Antagonist and protagonist shall die but each goes one after the other

One ultimate director

Yet everybody a director

Somebody manages the stage

But nobody is left out in the production

For the story to be accomplished, everybody has to contribute

He who knows the story may not act well

In fact everybody operates on a script

With different story lines

But there are prices for the winners

And reward for everybody.