Don’t Die on Wednesday

Rising football star and Tottenham FC top striker Bubaraye Dabowei’s career is torpedoed by a freak accident at a game against a crack Manchester United squad. Unable to play professional football, he is torn between his supermodel South African wife Nikiwe Dlomo and a longing to go to Nigeria. Their fraught return plays out against a backdrop of infidelity and his nurturing of the talented but troubled Keme ‘Ricochet D’aziba. Don’t

Don’t Die on Wednesday by Michael Afenfia, is a story of the game of life, when life suddenly becomes laced with danger and fear, and no one knows how the game will end.

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Michael Afenfia

Micheal Afenfia is the author of critically acclaimed When the Moon Caught Fire and A Street Called Lonely, his third and recently published novel Don’t Die on Wednesday.

Afenfia has an LLB from Rivers State University of Science and Technology and an MBA from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He has worked in Construction and Real Estate, Banking and in the public service at both Federal and state government levels. He is married with two children