After Asiyanbi’s public confession, the only surviving member of the land selling gang is banned from the community and stripped of his chieftaincy title. Surviving from a boat mishap, he is catapulted into another land and a series of adventure. Finding pity and love from Madam Akere, his restless soul is tormented by a guilty past and an uncertain future. —victolastores.co.uk
He was born in Lagos state, but grew up in Abeokuta, Ogun state. He came from a poor home and at the age of five he was sent to their family compound at Abeokuta where he grew up with his paternal Grand father “The Balogun of Ijaiye” at that time. He attended Okeona United primary school and Abeokuta Grammar school. He was a beneficiary of the free primary education propelled by the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo. and also a UAC scholarship. He grew up in an environment where he haunted in the bush, caught crabs and fish from the streams, and ate fruits. There was tolerance in the community where he grew up despite the religious differences. He took part in all the festivals and grew up with the Yoruba culture.
The only thing that kept him company were literary books and he found almost everything he needed in D.O.Fagunwa’s “The Hunter saga”, having also read “Forest of a thousand demons” by the same author. The “Yoruba Travelling Theatre” thrived during that period and he watched… read more