The first child of an Obindu-Umuoma family, Nduka believes that
education is a means of achieving both individual and community
emancipation. His father dies from a snakebite while sleeping in
his farm tent and he faces the temptation to change his identity in
order to belong, but he perseveres like a Saharan camel and chooses
instead to acquire education in the tropical South and temperate
North. His desire to acquire academic knowledge increases at each
turn because most normal human brains abhor inactivity but prefer
the eventful path of information storage and dissemination.
Although the later dominates in both poles (South and North), he
wishes passionately to share his newfound ideas with the Umuoma
people. During this search for knowledge and a means of propagating
the same, his heart hosts hope and he becomes overwhelmed by
memories of Southern realities, which feed him with ample doses of
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