Seraphim: Diary of an albino from West Africa
This book follows the struggles of Seraphim, an albino boy living in Nigeria, through stigmatization and demonization to becoming a success story. More
“Seraphim, the diary of an albino boy living in West Africa”, is the story of an African boy documented in form of a diary. This story follows the struggles of Seraphim, an albino boy living in Nigeria, through stigmatization and demonization to becoming a success story. “Seraphim”, right from his childhood was an outcast. His father abhors him and people around him take delights in making mockery of his albinism condition. Through the help of his brother, he struggled to acquire education. However, he was unable to secure a job as a result of his congenital disorder. After a lot of fruitless attempts in making meaning of his life, he left the city for the village to become a farmer. After years of hard work, his fortune changed. And he became an employer of labour and patriarch of his family. This is the story of stigmatization, pains, betrayer, and forgiveness. Above all, it is the message of hope.
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