Informative Article | Arts and Humanities | Nigeria | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
The Writing World of Idegu Ojonugwa Shadrach
The study of Idegu Ojonugwa Shadrach writing poses great merit to day-to-day activities and actions of humans. It is simply a guideline for safety and achievement gains of humans following the social and environmental functions and appropriations gathered as the central theme deals with how humans to humans, humans to natures and natures to natures transact in humanity peacefully with great effectiveness and effectualties. The study is broadly focus on his developed subjects (Shadrachology, Ideguology, Ojonugwaology and Aruwaology) and literary works which he uses Level-to-Level Writing, his developed writing style. The literary works are basically endowed with cultural, religious, political, philosophical, agricultural and inspirational contents. In colossal, the study tends to bring out the beauty and benefits of his writings in humanity. The humanity can already perceive the goodies of the humans and natures, but trying to make things better under the sun till we no longer think about good and bad, great minds could never rest in making it better. Successful acquisitions with appropriations to regulate result of achievements for human consumption, according to the purpose of the study are equally achieved. Therefore, how and where the various developed subjects and the literary works suit is equally the excellent priority of the study. The study equally tends to bring out the two different worlds of his writing: his subjects and literary works.
Keywords: Shadrachology, Ideguology, Ojonugwaology, Aruwaology, Appropriations, Develop, Humanity, Writing, Achievements and Purpose
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
Pages: 414 - 417
How to Cite this Article?
David Oyibo, "The Writing World of Idegu Ojonugwa Shadrach", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR21126030957, Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021, 414 - 417
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