Samson Agboola


Mr. Samson was born in Lagos Nigeria. He attended Ewu primary school and grammar school all within the vicinity of Lagos. Before proceeding to Rivers state polytechnic where he obtained a professional higher national diploma in safety and security management. He also holds a certificate in transformation coaching. He is a member of the 16th batch of the Nigerian Navy. In addition, has attended several courses within the country. His love for writing was triggered by a host of experiences that he faced while growing up. These incidents fueled his growing hunger to commit realities to paper and generally dabble in the world of literary writing, not as much as to sell books, but to bring joy to himself. His latest effort, “The real soldier” is a book on the personality types and traits of the average soldier. The author has adapted himself to a generic role of writing he neither restricts himself nor set poise to exhaust all ideas in a single work. He is in fact a committed writer who can develop his potential to the point of becoming something of an enigma in the world of written literature.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
i first started writing the year 2002
What's the story behind your latest book?
I felt a need to give back to the society, particularly the Nigeria Military having served for 8 years and counting, i desired to share my knowledge, experience, together with a good research thus the birth of the book The Real Soldier, a book on the personality types of the average Soldier and ways to enhance civil military relationship.
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Where to buy in print


Iroko Village: Book 1- The Arrival
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,020. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama
In the far reach of Nigeria, West Africa is Iroko a remote Village. Life here is simple. Farm, eat, sleep and traditional activities. That is just about it. Then Mark and Brook arrived. Two unsuspecting American entrepreneurs, their arrival unknown to them is about to transform the little village into something that even the gods did not see coming.
Excerpts From: Nobody Understands Me
Price: Free! Words: 1,700. Language: English. Published: June 23, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
An incredible story for all students to hear, Nobody Understands Me presents the difficulties of being a teenager and how to find the faith to overcome hardships with a unique Christian twist.

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