Amadanyo Oguara publishes "Asanda of Agirisaba"


Alum Amadanyo Oguara (’16) has published his second book, Asanda of Agirisaba, now available as eBook and in paperback on Amazon. Asanda of Agirisaba is the sci-fi story of an African heroine princess from Agirisaba, a sub-kingdom of The Nembe Kingdom of Nigeria, in West Africa, who by abduction, journeys to a "Fascinating Alien World Of Saturna" and acquires "Weapons of Magical Powers" from the Saturnian Moons of Ringa, Sworda, Spearda, and Shielda and returns back to Earth to become an "Intermediary of Peace and Environmental Crusader" in The Coastal Kingdoms of The Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. The book fulfills Oguara’s vision of the African female heroine and is written for all African girls, princesses, and queens who need a story of female heroines told in their image. 

Earlier in 2020, Oguara published his first book, Fisherman’s Son, which follows his childhood adventures in the fishing villages of Nembe, Nigeria and in the big cities of Lagos and Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Oguara resides in Seattle, Washington and is a prolific songwriter, world music artist, storyteller, actor (Thin Skin), cultural enthusiast, and playwright, with interest in stage musical productions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from University of Washington Seattle and an M.A. in Cultural Studies from University of Washington Bothell.

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