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  • Life's Chapter

    Life’s Chapters

    400.00

    Adeola’s efforts to get a job after his  National Youth Service were fruitless. He meets Adejoke whom he marries after assisting him to get a job in her father’s Company.
    Four years of marriage, Adejoke cannot bear a child. Adeola secretly marries Titilola, his former lover. The discovery of this secret makes Adejoke to renew her friendship with Jerry, who was her boyfriend in her university days.
    Shortly after, Adejoke is murdered which put Adeola, Titilola and Jerry as suspects. Investigation starts and the culprit was made to face the wrath of the law.

  • Sweet Home

    300.00

    Eneyi Osina of humble background was a close friend of Irene and Henrieta. They had their secondary school education at Government Girls College.
    After leaving GGC, Irene and Henrieta were sent by their parents to study for a degree in an Irish University. On the other hand Eneyi took up a job as a salesgirl in a supermarket. Feeling left behind by her friends, she became sad and lonely.
    Determined to enjoy the glitter of a foreign land, she was deceitfully smuggled to Italy through the agency of Madam Bright, a baroness of human trafficking.

       Her unforgettable experience is a great lesson for students,  parents and school administrators   to counsel their children and wards.
  • Golden Destiny

    320.00

    Polina, the only daughter of Badmus and Jumai became an orphan early in life. Augustina, her aunt with whom she lived treated her badly, accusing her of being a bad girl and a witch. She eventually threw her out to live in the streets. Destiny smiled on Polina when she met an old friend, Domitilla who took her to Port Harcourt. Here she met and married Femi, a caring and loving gentleman. Her Golden Destiny blossomed when the government paid her the contract money they owed her late father. Pushed by jealousy and depressed by the tragedies that befell her, Augustina planned to kill Polina and Femi but failed. Readers will find this play exiting and thought provoking. They will also learn a lot of lessons from the lives of the characters.