RAINBOW Debuts as Janelle Allison’s first book
The United Kingdom, September 4th, 2020 – British Nigerian sensational kid, Janelle Allison, debuts her first novella.
The book titled “RAINBOW” is an amazing masterpiece that captures the very essence of life and the inevitable ups and downs associated with humans and the fear of the unknown. Its lead character, Kimberly, teaches us to recognize the impermanence of our lives and not to cling to the “good” or run from the “bad.” She shows us how to appreciate every moment for what it is, because it’s there for a reason, and it’s not something that’s going to last forever.
The book has earned massive reviews and commendations from several quarters.
In her review, Nicola Ritchie, Families Pastor, Milton Keynes Christian Centre, Milton Keynes, UK, notes that “Rainbow depicts Kim’s journey, a young girl who faces multiple changes in her life, moving house, starting a new school, making friends and losing something very precious. Whatever life throws at her, Kim faces each challenge with resilience and comes out at the end of the rainbow having learned some life lessons. At just age 12, this is a super exciting read from an extraordinary young author”.
The story is fast-paced, action-packed, and thought-provoking. Rainbow’s clear written style and illustrations seize the reader from the moment they hit the first page and get them to read the entire book in one gulp.
The author, who is just 12 years old, started writing at age Five. At that tender age, her work was selected amongst the school collection that was made into a book titled ‘We Are Writers!’ Similarly, her poems “Predators and Prey” and others have been published in a British thriller “Hunted – Amazing Adventures” and ‘Poetry Wonderland’.
Rainbow is currently on Amazon (Kindle and Paperback) and Jumia Nigeria, an e-commerce platform.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janelle Allison is a highly driven young writer who took to writing at the very young age of Five. Authors like Jacqueline Wilson and David Walliams are amongst the authors whose books inspired her to begin writing at such an early age.
She is currently twelve years old and a Year 7 student at Oakgrove School in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.
Having discovered writing at an early age, she was quick to develop such a keen interest in it, with a decision to make it a part of a lifelong career.
Rainbow is her first book, the idea for which she had when she was Nine. She is already working on some other materials and looks forward to publishing them in the nearest future.
Janelle lives with her parents, Mr. Ralph & Mrs. Jo Allison, and her two siblings, Jenai and Jedidiah.
Award-winning artiste, Kofi Mole, has reminded the nation of the need to celebrate its heroes in his new song titled ‘Abedi Pele’.
This new tune also serves as a cheer song for the Black Stars of Ghana as they participate in the 2019 African Cup of Nations.
The song eulogizes former Black Stars captain, Abedi Ayew Pele who is acknowledged for his exploits during his career as a footballer.
Kofi Mole sings of the legendary status of Abedi Pele and suggests that it is similar to his great strides in the music industry.
The Next Rated Act at the 2019 3 Music Awards in his lyrics advised Ghanaians not to forget the legacy of the football hero.
He went further to rally support for the Black Stars of Ghana who are in Egypt competing to win this year’s African Cup of Nations.
Black Stars of Ghana topped their group with 5 points and have advanced to the Round of 16 stage of the tournament.
Watch ‘Abedi Pele’ music video by Kofi Mole below.
The determination to win Osun at all cost after the APC candidate came second in the First Ballot, losing to the PDP candidate, has pushed the Buhari Presidency into dropping their usual talk of calling anyone in the opposition a Looter.
Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha has also visited SDP’s Iyiola Omisore to make sure the APC secure his support for today’s election…
After all the pressure and alleged “juicy offers”, Omisore on Wednesday announced that he had agreed to work for the ruling APC.
The candidate of the PDP, Senator Ademola Adeleke, is leading with 353 votes (254,698) from the Saturday election with APC candidate, Gboyega Oyetola, trailing him with 254,345 votes.
Earlier on Wednesday, a statement issued by Omisore’s media aide, Jide Fakorede, had denied his total support for the APC. In the statement, Fakorede said Omisore’s interest was good governance in Osun State.
He said, “After over 72 hours of putting pressure on him by both the leadership of the PDP and the APC, the Social Democratic Party governorship candidate in Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, has said that what is paramount to him is the practice of true democracy, good governance and accountability in Osun State and that he will never renege on his promise of good governance, accountability and human dignity in Osun State.”
But things changed quickly after the “juicy offers” from the presidency.
Omisore came out himself and said, “We have accepted to support the APC for victory in the rerun election and thereafter form a coalition government. Our decision to form a coalition government is based on the party that is ready to work with the SDP to adopt and implement the core values of our party which is social justice, equity and good governance. The PDP and the APC approached us for coalition based on our performance and grass-roots network especially in the seven polling units earmarked for the rerun.
“The APC has since come back to accept all the conditions given to them by us to form a coalition government while the PDP has yet to respond. We have therefore as a party accepted to support the APC for victory in the rerun election and therefore form a coalition government.”
SGF Boss Mustapha met with Senator Iyiola Omisore in Ile Ife last night.
Mustapha arrived at his residence around 6.35pm with Fayemi and they went into a closed-door meeting.
Before the meeting started, Mustapha said he was at Omisore’s residence on a visit, adding that the visit was a homecoming because he married from Osun State.
He described Omisore as a progressive politician whose contributions to the nation’s development were unquantifiable.