Treasures in the Nest

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, 2009 - Drama - 119 pages
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Set in a typical urban town in Nigeria, this witty play will intrigue the reader. The play looks at family life, and exposes social and societal ills, such as prostitution, blackmail, tribalism, bribery and corruption, police irregularities, sex abuse, and cultism, a tradition in both secondary and tertiary institutions. Treasures in the Nest is an inspiring and educational read.
 

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About the author (2009)

Nebo Chijioke is the fifth child in a family of ten. He grew up in an impoverished village in Nigeria that had no basic or social amenities. He has always had a passion for reading and writing, and was offered the opportunity to study English Language and Literature, but was unable to find a sponsor. Instead, he studied Business Administration, and graduated in 2002. Unable to find a job, he taught at the local secondary school before setting up his own car sales business, with the help of friends and family abroad. He still harbours the dream of furthering his education and pursuing the subject he loves – English.

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