Set against the backdrop of Nigeria's ongoing terrorism tensions, Satans and Shaitans tells the story of two powerful men, Chief Donald Amechi and world acclaimed televangelist, Chris Chuba, both members of an internationally renowned occult, the Sacred Order of the Universal Forces. Members of the occult from Southern Nigeria, desperate to gain control of their country, deceive an Islamic terrorist organisation into carrying out attacks in order to undermine and overrule the Nigerian President. This powerful story is one of morality, choices and consequence.

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Obinna Udenwe’s debut novel, Satans and Shaitan’s, published by Jacaranda Press, is as contemporary a novel as you can get about Nigeria right now. It encompasses the troubling rise of a terrorist group, the dubious nature of Christian evangelism ...

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Jacaranda Books
AMAB Books

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978-1-909-76205-3

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English

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