Francisca O. Okwulehie

Francisca Ogechi Okwulehie is a Nigerian Writer from Imo state, who grew up in Lagos. She is the Author of Tari's Golden Fleece, an African Fiction Novella. She holds a B.A and an M.A in Philosophy from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She is a recipient of the Educate a Girl (EAG) scholarship on the "Fundamentals of Journalism" funded by the Ladies Fund in conjunction with the Whole Woman Network of Canada and the Dawood Global Foundation of Pakistan. Her works have appeared in the Afriworiliterary Project Anthology; The Different Shades of a Feminine Mind (2017) and the 84 Bottles of Wine For Wole Soyinka Poetry Anthology (2018). She has a penchant for highlife music.

Books by Francisca O. Okwulehie

a preacher's secret

Anita Bassey, the Senior Secretary to the Pastor of a fast growing church situated on the mainland goes missing a day to her birthday. Her sister Gina and colleague Raymond are determined to find her. Investigations into Anita's disappearance reveal a lot, as faith breaks, betrayal sets in and Anita is yet to be found.

tari's golden fleece

Tari's Golden Fleece mirrors the life of a young Ijaw boy from a scarcely developed riverside community. While growing up, he alongside his mother; TamaraEfiye encounter the harsh side of life; experiencing desertion,death and disappointments. Tari's zeal for his studies and the good hand of fate in his mother's life channel him to his dreams. He is not deterred by his background but maintains a resolute decision of finding his path.


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