Sampson Jacob


Mr. Sampson Uchechi Jacob is a brilliant young man born on the 3rd day of March, 1982 into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Friday Worka Jacob in Omudioga Community. He wrote his first letter to his elder sister when he was in primary one and he wrote his first poem titled ‘Episode of Malaria’ in primary four. For record purpose, he has so far acquired the following certificates: First School Leaving Certificate in the year, 1992 at credit level; West African Senior School Certificate with 5 credits in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, mathematics and English Language In 2001; Registered Nurse Higher National Diploma in 2007 at credit level and the International English Language testing system at band 6.5 in February 16, 2017.
He has earned several awards of academic excellence all through his education. Especially in school of Nursing, Port Harcourt, where he bagged several awards as best in Anatomy and physiology sociology science, Maternal and child health and overall best student all through his schooling period there. He crowned it up by graduating as the best graduating nurse in the year 2007.
He has written several short poems; an epic movie titled ‘Mission of Vengeance; Excellent Study Techniques: The Memory Booster (for students) and his most recent book published on Amazon kindle titled the: ‘Story of An Orphan: Why me’. ( He wishes to begin a new writing project which is a non-fiction work with a proposed title: ‘Omere; the Unsung Hero of Africa’.


Story Of An Orphan: Why Me
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 13,790. Language: English. Published: September 23, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
Jack, a handsome young man of about 22years old, had always had a crush on Jane till he decided to make his feeling known to her. Both Jane and jack were indigenes of Omudioga in Emohua local area of rivers state in Nigeria. Omudioga is a community situated in the northern part of Ikwerre in rivers state and it is predominantly occupied by traders and farmers. It is typically an upland with one

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