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“Voices of children running to safety from a torrential rain, woke him up to a mandatory service he owes his nation. He would have been over the moon about it, but the posting.”
Saando Tani’s fears of undertaking a service he owes his nation in a faraway village, soon makes him the subject of attraction in a tipsy love triangle involving; Mrs Tsorgali who thinks Saando’s arrival is the end of her ill relationships, and Sena, a maiden taken on by youthful exuberance. The question of whether he will be there when they need him the most, forms the themes of the story.
Dela Kwame Goka hails from Mafi Anfoe in the Volta region of Ghana. A dynamic writer of his own class. He made an ambitious foray into the writing craft with his debut piece “The Sword of Love” in his undergraduate days at Central University. Dela possesses a set of writing skills that adds up nicely to form what can best be described as a cocktail of creative astuteness. In this latest piece, he takes the reader on a make-believe expedition, making a conscious effort to situate the themes of Teenage pregnancy, Single parenting, Child trafficking and Child labour as milestones worthy of societal attention.