I Swear By Apollo book by Margaret A Ogola
“Kill a man if you must but never deprive him of hope—for with that you kill him anyway and in a much more cruel way.” the dawn of the 21st century and a country struggles to rise from the vortex of inefficiency, corruption and filth that dogged it up to the close of the last century.
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I Swear By Apollo book by Margaret A Ogola
“kill a man if you must but never deprive him of hope—for with that you kill him anyway and in a much more cruel way.” the dawn of the 21st century and a country struggles to rise from the vortex of inefficiency, corruption and filth that dogged it up to the close of the last century,
In this sequel to the award-winning the river and the source, margaret ogola weaves around the lives of the grandchildren of mark and elizabeth sigu—lives that mirror the tribulations and aspirations of a people going through re-examination of their values and attitudes in search of their true human identity and place in a fast-changing world.
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