Amaka Ojirika-Nzeribe – Writer, Influencer, and a Social Activist
Amaka Ojirika-Nzeribe was born and raised in Nigeria before moving to Dallas, Texas. A minister of the Gospel and Intercessor of the Church, Amaka has dedicated her life to helping people and spreading the word of God. A keen observer of society around her, the 46-year-old was disheartened by the hate and social injustices taking place in America today and was inspired to write this book to help try and heal a wounded nation. She provides valuable insights into the problems she identifies with the country she loves and has used her preaching experience to construct a book that tackles many of the contemporary issues she sees today.
She dedicates her book not to just one group of people but to all American’s who love their country and work hard to make their country rise to be the greatest in the world again There are problems in the country that is preventing it from reaching it’s true potential, and she hopes that this book serves as a guide and wake-up call to all Americans currently suffering from injustices at the hands of a broken system and an oppressive environment. She explains in detail how she believes that the American people are being victimized by a cold, emotionless system way of life that has detached them from God and morality. Amaka covers topics that include marriage, home life, social injustices and family values.
Read the book that illustrates how strong family values are fundamental in helping us achieve a sustainable society. This belief is explored in detail as the author offers guidance on how to resolve domestic disputes and encourage familial growth. It recognizes the dangers of coming from a broken home and how a single household can affect the entire community around it.
The theme of this book is love. Love for God, for your neighbors, friends and family, for your enemies and America. It is a universal force that cannot be corrupted or tainted and has the power to resolve all conflicts. Today’s society has perverted the definition of love and has made a mockery of it. Still, Amaka knows that if true love is understood, we would be all be able to overcome any obstacle in our way. All good deeds stem from love, and its absence is the root of all evil. The book strongly emphasizes this and illustrates how we can prosper as a society if we bury our feelings of resentment and distrust and open our hearts to God and place our trust in humanity.
We would recommend you buy her book today, as it explains how it is our responsibility to ourselves and our country that we not only be the best version of ourselves but spread it and work diligently in making this country the land of the free. Amaka believes that America has all the tools to become the greatest country in the world, one that is free from racism, discrimination, and ignorance. With the power of love, we can create a society accepting people of all races, religion, ethnicity and orientation. Every single person has the power to help their community for the better, and it is their moral and social responsibility to help make a difference.
Each drop counts. Each heart matters. Each effort makes a difference.