John Dilibe unveils “That is not the child’s destiny”

Dilibe John was born at the Borno state general hospital and is the first child out of six in his family, he is an origin of Dunukofia LGA Ukwulu Anambra state, Nigeria.


He attended Mount Olive’s seminary in Imo state during his secondary school and finished his tertiary education in 2021 with a B. Sc. Agriculture (Hon) in soil science at the University of Maiduguri.

John is a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Borno chapter, an upcoming writer, and a poet with collections of poems.

He has worked with Hopeful Women Initiative and currently teaching at St. John’s college in Borno state. He has a strong belief in children being guided right. That is, not the child’s destiny was his first book.

That is not the child’s destiny is a story of passion and persistence in pursuing life ambitions in the life of a boy that was raised by two parents from different professions. Chinedu’s mother, Chidinma is in the medical profession and wants her son to take her footpaths and even become better than her, and his father.

Munachimso is a businessman and has nothing to say apart from supporting his wife Chidinma, in her pursuit to make life a bed of roses forgets that her son also has his Ambition and Dreams.

How will Chinedu beat the odds and pursue his dream which is entirely different from the dreams his mum has for him? Find out

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