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Title: A Calabash Never
Author: Ehimwenma E. Aimiuwu
The book discusses the social, political, and cultural challenges international students go through in American colleges. It focuses on sexual, religious, cultural, and social conflicts in a drama like fashion.
The purpose of the book is to open the eyes of international students who want to study abroad about issues they need to be prepared for in foreign colleges. It is also a psychological motivator to colleges, universities, and their international students offices about what international students go through and how to better accommodate their needs.
Ehimwenma E. Aimiuwu is married with two children and God has revealed to him that his purpose on earth is to write books and speak at churches and schools. His aim is to uplift people and to encourage them in finding and fulfilling their destiny and purpose on earth.
His education includes a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology and a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems from Kent State University in Ohio.
Mr. Aimiuwu has worked as a manager for various companies in corporate America. He has also taught in grade schools and colleges in the state of Georgia, USA. He is the proud author of two other books, which are “The Political and Spiritual Purpose of the Holy Land” and “Living with a Peace of Mind”. He has also had the pleasure of appearing on the African Treasures TV program on the Atlanta Interfaith Broadcast Channel, WRFG (89.3 FM) – Radio Free Georgia, and some magazines in the Atlanta Area.