|Burning cloud is a story that explores cultural backgrounds, it give you the chance of knowing the
world you never knew existed. It depicts the interest of humanitarian involvements that reflects on
man’s greed and lust for material gratification. How honesty as a way of life has never been regretful.
In spite of Soronnadi’s misfortune, humanity and gods did not abandon her.
As paternal orphans and a widow in umuagu-inyi village, Soronnadi, Kwube and Kobia are trapped
by her uncles, elders and the tradition of the land after the demise of her father. Her uncle Ikemba,
conspired with Ugwa, Dibe, Meme, and Ayah to claim all they had. The elders of Umuagu-inyi
supported Ikemba and Misused the tradition to their advantage. Kwube sold Soronnadi out,
informed his uncle Ugwa about Soronnadi’s pregnancy, in return, Ugwa promised him to return all
Burning cloud is a story of Sorrow, conspiracy, betrayal, hatred, and expectation set in today’s world,
clouding the moment to threaten one’s existence.