A book by Oluwagbemileke Afariogun based on a fictional interview of the winner of a fictional competition, Black Reverend Award 2018 by a young journalist.
This book is dedicated to Nani Ani Susi, the girl who suffered severe mental illness after watching her 7 year old child soldier brother, Rcube, get killed in 1999. The result of seeing her family torn apart, relatives getting raped and abused, led to a life time of self harming and hating. The book is also dedicated to all African child soldiers who have been exploited and had their childhood stolen, and all the black casualties of war (economical, mental & physical war).
Download full version of the book Self Hate, Self Harm.