This is to humbly bring to your attention the availability of my new novel -FLIGHT OF LIFE - from the trilogy- "phenomenon that refuses to die", a story from an African perspective which contributes to efforts to
bring about the eradication of female genital mutilation, the harmful traditional practice which is slowly becoming more global in its spread from Africa and the Middle East to the West through modern migration. It represents
another side of the African perspective story of Female Circumcision traditional practice which helps to balance
The novel is an advocacy styled fictional story of the adolescent daughter of an African diplomat who had first-hand knowledge of the agony of Female Genital Mutilation and the blood-chilling evidence of its damaging afflictions when she was seven years old. Avah has since had a predilection, and is averse to the harmful practice; she truculently battles to avoid going for the same rite of passage rituals. There was relentless pestering and harassing from family members fueling incessant heated confrontations between Avah and her mother including abduction attempts which finally culminated in sponsored daylight kidnapping on the streets of London and aggravated diplomatic imbroglio.
This insightful modern day story throws up some simple practical yet unique eradication tool(s) that are so far overlooked in the fight against the scourge of FGM. Please forward this valuable information to friends and contacts throughout the world so that we can bring an end the old harmful practice that leaves girls and women victims with life-long physical and psychological trauma
FLIGHT OF LIFE is now available as 'eBook' at the low affordable price of $3.08 on Amazon Kindle eBooks.com and can be read also on your PC and other modern smartphone gadgets in addition to Kindle and iPod. (Please visit Amazon.com:Kindle ebooks for your copy.
We humbly refer you to information on our international award-winning film program -IN THE NAME OF TRADITION by Ladi Ladebo - (Please visit www.ladi-ladebofilms.net/in_the_name-of_tradition.htm) - a sensitization film program in Africa and African immigrants in the diaspora.
Thank you for your kindness.
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