The name of this book, OMEOKACHIE OMENUKO, is something that was done and came out during the life of Pita Nwana.
Many times people plan something they will do but they do not have the dedication to see that the thing comes to pass. People like this try hard and pray that the thing they plan will happen. Prayer without faith through work is not effective. In Pita Nwana’s case, he planned and prayed as well as working for all of those things to go forward the way he expected. It was this that caused his son to give him this name of OMEOKACHIE that is used to name the book.
One who reads OMENUKO of Pita Nwana will wonder if what happened in that book was completely true or if it was a fiction, but if one reads this book OMEOKACHIE OMENUKO it will help him to know who Pita Nwana really was. The person will then know if the things he wrote in that book were factual or if they were folk tales.
Omeokachie Omenuko is a book about the life of Pita Nwana, a special man among men, a man who trusted his personal god and did a special work for the public without receiving any money.
Title: Omeokachie Omenuko
Author: B.I.N Osuagwu; E.C Nwana
Publisher: Ark Publishers
Year of Publication: 1999
E-book Format: Scanned Copy
ISBN: 978 2842 231
CLP Book ID Number: OSU000000036CLP
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