Olurounbi's Promise, An African Folktale

OLUROUNBI’S PROMISE is a story of a young bride, OLUROUNBI and her groom, AYO who did not have a child right after their wedding as the society expected. Therefore, they were subjected to ill-treatment and tormenting. The couple was expected to birth a male child as well to inherit the throne. However, when they finally gave to a child, it was a female. This infuriate the paternal grandfather... More

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About Princess Sherifat Akorede

Princess Sherifat Akorede hails from the Laoye Akorede Dynasty of Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria by way of her father who was a Nigerian diplomat and Chief Imam. She's the voiceover talent that translated the anthropology documentary, Birth of the Princess, adapted and co-produced by award-winning UCLA professor, Dr. Andrew Apter. Sherifat has published two timely journals in her tenure, "Religion, Politics, and Women: The Politics of Exclusion and Inclusion" and "Osama bin Laden and the Saudi Opposition", both presented for selection by Chicago State University. Her work has been published in the literary anthology, NOMMO, a project developed by the Organization of Black American Culture. She is the author of OLUROUNBI'S PROMISE; and the soon to be released OLUFUNMI-THE ACCIDENTAL SHE-HERO, LOVE ON THE ARABIAN SAND, and TEARS OF A YORUBA BRIDE. Princess Sherifat received her Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and two Master's degrees from the University of Chicago. She is currently working as a Licensed Master Social Worker in the State of Texas and resides in the Houston area with her family.

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