Yinka Akerele called her first born daughter “Oluwarantimi” meaning “God has finally remembered me.”
For a woman just out from the painful ordeal of a traumatic and barren relationship, she could not have described her joy any better.
But her struggles and pains thereafter brought in several uncertainties to her assertion making almost everyone around her wonder if truly she had been remembered. Until her persistent and desperate cry for a change turned her into “The Kneeling Mother.”
“A book all mothers must find time to read.”
…. Janet Adekunle (Queens College Lagos).
“A compelling that epitomizes the sanctity of prayer, patience, perseverance and total faith in God. This is a powerful master piece of all Christian genre.” … Nwokedi Madu (Management Consultant).“This book is ‘a must read’. The author’s narrative is breath-taking. In a society where the boy-child is Hero worshipped, the ‘kneeling mother’ prayerfully brings up her little angelic girls to hold up their own in the society… and she was lavishly appreciated. A lesson for all mothers!” … Emma Mbanaso (Legal Practitioner).
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