The Crumbs Off the Wife's Table
A white Norwegan woman who married a Nigerian in England during the World War II, here narrates the story of her life. Hilde Ogbe returned to Nigeria in 1956 and was naturalised in 1967. She subsequently establishes, and manages a silver jewellery company; studies astrology; and successfully treats sickle cell patients with local herbs and remedies.
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Peace Career and Marriage
Arrival and Early Life in Nigeria
The Silver Business
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