Farewell to Peace

Belaru loses his parents to death and becomes an orphan at the age of seven.  He blames free trade for his parents’ death. If the textile company his father was working had not been killed by free trade, his father wouldn’t have lost his job. If his father had not lost his job, he wouldn’t have died. If his father had not died, his mother wouldn’t have become heartbroken and died soon thereafter.  From a deep sense of injustice, Belaru later launches a blistering war against an international economic order that operates by the rules of might is right. For Belaru and his Tendu-Purgers, it is farewell to peace for the world if developed nations insist on perpetuating might is right.

Born 24th Sept, Kyuka Lilymjok hails from Bafai-Kanai. He is a professor of law and lectures at the faculty of law Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Other published novels of the author include: My Headmaster, Lost to the Wind, The Butcher’s Wife, and The Death of Eternity.


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