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Overcoming Hate: The Role of Conscious Literature- Andrew Patience

‘‘Writers are shapers of life; they are the wheels piloting what directions our minds travel to and how far each journey goes. They are the gods that determine what creed or rituals are befitting enough for the shaping of and the extent of our realization of what is truth.’’  History serves as a palpable proof of man’s insatiable desire for wrong doings. This has been revealed in wars fought in folly, the divisiveness that characterized religion, the absence of social cohesion fueled by differences in tribes,

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Andrew Patience Finye fondly called AP is a Spoken Word Poet, Broadcaster and an ambassador of Custodians of African Literature (COAL). She is from the North Central part of Nigeria, a lover of God, truth and mysteries. Her poetry captures themes as spirituality, gender, politics, love and social issues. Her Spoken Word album ‘I Am’ is inspired by poetry itself and a need to address certain disturbing social issues plaguing the society. Her album is a mixture of both intense and simple poetry for the listening pleasure of poets,

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