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What people are saying about Obehi’s Books
Itua Paul Okhaide, Head of Department, Commercial and Industrial Law, Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria.
“Underdevelopment in Africa: My hands are clean. I have the privilege of reading through the manuscript. The book is a detailed and analytical study of the various subjects covered in it.
The author has use the title metaphorically to address the burning issue of underdevelopments in Africa, and to ask the all-important question. Who is to blame? Do we continue to blame the Europeans for the palpable evidence of underdevelopments that abound all over Africa, or is it not time for Africans to look inward and blame themselves for these defects?”
Daniel Kobehe, An Ivory Coast Immigrant Worker Paris, France.
“It has been a real pleasure for me to have the honor and privilege to read the work of Obehi Peter Ewanfoh entitled The Color Of Our Children which, I think, was so brightly and so elegantly put together. A lot of credits are to be given to this young talented writer in dealing with the delicate subject of racism and cultural diversity of children of African migrants in Italian schools.
I am particularly keen on the closing pages of the book in which the author seeks to stress the expectations of both parents and teachers, the Immigrant families interactions with schools, and the danger of single stories in Italian schools whereby children of African migrants are not learning anything about their African origin in Italian schools.”
Mawuna R. Koutonin, an African social activist and entrepreneur.
“Amende – The Stream Water is a riveting story. A boy with a background set to handicap him lifelong, inadvertently plunged himself into an adventure in the wild which would change not only his life, but also the one of his community. In less than a hundred pages, we have all human vices in display, but also the force of friendship and compassion which unite beyond drama.
Easy to read, in a style closer to a movie script than a novel, pre-teenagers would love the writer visual style, his ability to autocomplete emerging images in the reader’s mind.”