Author C.H. Zudes, hails from Ngwo of Enugu State, in Eastern Nigeria. Chris-Tony Ozoude-chi has a Bachelor (Hon.) degree in the Science of Philosophy, was president of the campus arm of the National Association of Philosophy Students, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, and Prefect of St. John Cross Seminary Nsukka.
Chris is determined to exalt the ethics of pragmatic philosophy for healthy nation building. He is charitable and enjoys to see the wise stand up for their rights and bring healing to the problems of nations making this world a better place. To Chris, NOTHING GOOD IS IMPOSSIBBLE UNDER THE SUN.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The abuses meted out to the young people of our continent should be stopped. If continued, it is a colossal way of destroying the future of our continent. The error of gerontocratic injustice should be reversed to pragmatic fair dealing. There is so much we can do to change our world if the youth are encouraged.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
The bulk of injustice I saw growing up, especially the errors of 1999 and the absurd capitalism I understand the young bankers and workers experience , especially of 2007 and the massive injustice in society, but no one shows it can stop.
The politically active gene pool of talent and ambition in Africa, the youths, are on more than one occasion misunderstood and seldom empowered, causing the continent dire consequences and gross economic losses year in year out, yet NO OTHER CAN CHANGE AFRICA save the youths.
Sacred Stones Lie Scattered portrays the elusive policies and political dilemma Nigeria faces as a Nation from its inception and colonization, through the conceptualization of its statehood, to the present decadence in the fabric of her societal and economic structure, and the political shenanigans deviously undermining the fatherhood of the country.