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Paul Persol

Paul Persol is the first of eight children born by 6 different women in a polygamous home. He took interest in deep phylosophical music like Reggae while growing up. He worked against many odds to attend the University of Benin, Nigeria where he studied Theatre Arts. He writes and sings strictly Reggae Gospel music the latest being 'ina mi bone' currently being downloaded on many platforms like www.kingdomboiz.com/music/view.php He has written quite a number of books and hopes to reach the world with his creative materials intended to challenge the question of leadership.

Compared to what is said, what is written comes from the deeper part of the heart...

December 6, 1969 MALE
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I was born and raised in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria; in a home where six women passed through the marriage life of my father. And as the first born of eight children, I encountered all six of them. I started to question why some homes had it good and others, the direct opposite. That experience invoked the desire for the mastering of the psychology of life. And when I lost my father, mother, younger brother, and grand father to different health conditions in the space of one year, it directed my quest on why bad things happen to good people. These experiences are what you find in all my books...somehow

Paul O. Persol, a male author is from Edo State, Nigeria

I studied Theatre Arts in the University of Benin, and graduated with 2nd class lower division. I was and still deeply involved in the practical aspects of the Arts. I write and sing Reggae music as well books

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Compared to what is said, what is written comes from the deeper part of the heart
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I was born and raised in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria; in a home where six women passed through the marriage life of my father. And as the first born of eight children, I encountered all six of them. I started to question why some homes had it good and others, the direct opposite. That experience invoked the desire for the mastering of the psychology of life. And when I lost my father, mother, younger brother, and grand father to different health conditions in the space of one year, it directed my quest on why bad things happen to good people. These experiences are what you find in all my books...somehow
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