Publication Year: 2009
Published by: African Books Collective
When I picked up the receiver and looked across at the clock on the wall, the time was exactly 11 p. m, . . .
I decided that Manda Chabeule, Dennis’ wife should spend the night with her children up in the visitors’ room. I . . .
I crossed the road from Dr. Essemo’s gate, not knowing whether I was dead or alive. As I walked it felt as if . . .
About two kilometres down the road I noticed that the man kept sniffing as if something was smelling him. It . . .
IT was nearly five o’clock in the morning when the taxi carrying me arrived Azilut Esso. The driver halted in front of . . .
At 10 o’clock, one hour later than I had been told, a black Volvo car drove into the ALCA premises. Brother Moses, . . .
So much happened that was of very little interest to me. For one thing all of it, the singing and praying sitting and . . .
I was the subject of the last part of the service. The Pastor said: “As we bow down our heads to communicate with God, I . . .
Salvation Colony or simply The Colony, was indeed a place one could not easily miss. It was located at 27 kilometres . . .
When did you last go to church?” Pastor Shrapnell asked me when it was finally my turn and I entered his . . .
After my consultation with Pastor Shrapnell, and at the end of which I pledged my entire life to the service . . .
The following day began with prayers, compound care, breakfast and then Human Investment. During the . . .
Next on the podium was Dr. Nigonle Nchutebong alias “Doctor Parrot.” He was probably in his mid-sixties with . . .
In keeping with the spirit of ALCA, another Gospel Crusade was planned for Ngeashia, a small town about seventy . . .
This world is not our home. We are just passing through. It is such a small place. So small that you . . .
The thought had been on my mind since the first day I arrived from Nigeria. I mean the thought that it would . . .
It took me an awfully long time to discover that Mr. Dennis was absolutely ignorant of whatever transpired between . . .
I say this is not gladness that filled my heart when
Bro said he had actually seen my husband.
“It is a lie you
WHEN YOU travel in public transport, you meet all sorts of queer people! And you are condemned to put . . .
GOD ANSWERED my prayers and freed me from the claws of those devils, from the world of sin! I had . . .
In this bloodyfucking sonafobitch-of-a-diplomat, you have to draw up your weekly programme buddy, otherwise these niggars . . .
Like a spectre from the past Dennis showed up at my gate some four hours after I spoke to that stupid American. It . . .
A journalist who starves is a journalist who has never learned his trade. Yes, that was what I told my man, . . .
We worked ceaselessly and by the 9th of October the maiden issue of THE NAKED TRUTH appeared on . . .
In a bid to recruit as many detractors of The Colony as we could I went to Dr. Essemo with an autographed copy . . .
The fate of the disreputable ALCA pleased us of the Roman Catholic church who featured so prominently in . . .
On November 10th, it had been reported that Reverend Father Archibald Danfeely of the Menako main parish had been found dead, most . . .
Cosmas and myself worked indefatigably to link the Catholic Church scandal with that of ALCA. Our purpose, as . . .
I telephoned from the vicinity of The Colony. I had no other reason than that I wanted to talk to . . .
The state of medical practice in the country helped make him a divine healer. The medical school graduated at . . .
I returned to The Colony in a smouldering irritation, my temperature, pulse and tongue, all speaking of a dreadful . . .
Our Father shall not receive us now,” I reported
“When shall he receive us?” I was asked.
“At five p.m.,” I said resignedly. . . .
I did,” he confessed his deed with the bank cashier. Shrapnell noticed with an embarrassed smile the progressive disappearance . . .
We did not even wait for Dennis to send for us. We knew that if Dennis and his fellows had confronted Shrapnell . . .
There was no press conference, at least not in the officially arranged manner. Every morning, within living memory, a . . .
Page Count: 216
Publication Year: 2009
OCLC Number: 776891703
MUSE Marc Record: Download for Salvation Colony