Author Ahmed Inusa Releases Collection of WORLD CONTEMPORARY POEMS

Author Ahmed Inusa Releases Collection of WORLD CONTEMPORARY POEMS

Creative writing like all other art forms has the power to teach and open the eyes of the audience. Author Ahmed Inusa wields literature's power to capture the imagination and transform minds in his new collection of original poems, World Contemporary Poems Including "Two Sisters Exchange Rings."

Inusa describes his work as a wake-up call, a product of his belief that "all hands ought to be on deck for individual and collective contributions in tackling some of our world's contemporary issues." Demonstrating his mastery over language and creative expression, the author examines a wide range of themes and issues while ensuring that the reading experience remains both edifying and thoroughly engaging. His poems are designed to ignite society's collective consciousness and spread awareness on many of today's most pressing issues including climate change, human rights, the HIV pandemic, the debate on the democratisation of the United Nations Security Council and Pacific settlement disputes.

Eye-opening and insightful, World Contemporary Poems Including "Two Sisters Exchange Rings" offers not only a chronicle of today's times but also a compelling message of hope and that change is fully possible. Readers will find both entertainment and wisdom in what may well be a classic in contemporary poetry.

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About the Author
Ahmed Inusa is a career diplomat from Lafia, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. He attended Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, and graduated in 1982 with a BSc in International Studies. He then joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria in 1984 and began a career as a Foreign Service Officer. Both at home and abroad, he has served in many capacities and has attended several international conferences. His overseas postings include the Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations, New York; Embassy of Nigeria, Budapest, Hungary; and High Commission of Nigeria, Yaounde Cameroon.

While in New York, he attended four United Nations General Assembly Sessions, mainly covering the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural). The officer is currently a Minister Plenipotentiary/Head of Chancery at the High Commission of Nigeria, London. In addition, Inusa was a beneficiary of some scholarship awards, including Pope John Paul VI, for a master's degree in government and politics, at Saint John's University of New York, and the British Chevening, for Diplomatic Studies at the Foreign Service Programme, University of Oxford, England. He is married to Salamatu and has a daughter, Amina.

Publication Date: June 10, 2013
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 74 pages; 978-1-4836-0533-3
Trade Hardback; £19.99; 74 pages; 978-1-4836-0534-0
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4836-0535-7

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