Girls On Purple Ribbons

Amalu, who feels guilty about staying away from home for so long, receives news about her only sister’s death and her world comes crashing … but news reports and the police’s conclusion that her sister committed suicide do not add up. Family instabilities, societal ills, and betrayal take center stage in Girls On Purple Ribbons.

Women And Leadership In Igboland

In this monograph, the author examines women’s leadership roles in three spheres of influence under women’s control: Omoku, Ime Chi, and Omugwo institutions and argues that three were a variety of leadership opportunities open to Igbo women in the past some of them still exist today and will continue to exist in the years to come through which they exerted and can still exert their influence to ensure the wellbeing of their families and communities.

With Women and leadership in Igboland: Omoku, Ime Chi, and Omugwo Institutions, the author empowers women with the knowledge that, like their foremothers, they have a right to build leadership positions not only in the home but also in the workplace and public space.