Ogoni the Great
Ogoni the Great, the most dreaded god of Oka land, has been displaced; his shrine has been desecrated by an outcast who was to salvage it. Ogoni will not rest until he is honorably brought back home. The very person who has made Ogoni homeless must be the one to help regain his lost glory. This novel, glazed with irony and suspense, portrays the misery and despair of the human soul. More
OGONI THE GREAT, the deity of Oka land, the nub of their tradition and the glory of their existence has been conquered through a mysterious dream and the lives of Oka people are left in jeopardy. Inevitably, all the outcasts in the land become free from their inhuman treatment.
The downfall of Ogoni rewrites the future of the outcasts and divides the land unceremoniously while the outcasts gain freedom. Slowly, dark magic becomes part of the culture of the Oka people and the traditions of their forefathers unpremeditatedly undergo alteration. Ogoni wanders away for decades, but the ways of the gods aren’t always understood by human. He reconstructs the destiny of the very one who has made him homeless; and through her perishing soul, Ogoni regains his glory in a different form.
This tale unveils a version of the African beliefs concerning the creation of water bodies; in this case, the River Emili.