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By: William C. R. Agunwa

A Shadowed Dawn

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Everybody felt a kind of chill and body aches. This felenza was something the white man had shot into the air, though everybody wondered why within days men started dropping down dead on their farms. The strong man of Gonzo, Juba, was one of the first to go under.

William C. R. Agunwa was born in Enugu, former capital of eastern Nigeria (Biafra) won an open scholarship to the prestigious Government College Umuahia and a scholarship to the University of Glasgow Medical School. He qualified with class prize in surgery followed by house job with the regius professors of surgery and medicine trained at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) at Stanmore and Great Portland Street. He became a senior fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and a senior fellow of the royal society of medicine.


He worked as a consultant surgeon in teaching hospitals in England and Scotland and overseas in the Middle East as a consultant surgeon at King Khalid Military City Hospital, Jeddah, King Abdul-Aziz Air Force Military Hospital, Dhahran and the tertiary referral Riyadh Military Teaching Hospital. He also worked as chief of surgery at King Fahad Specialist Hospital in Medina.


He has travelled widely across Western Europe including the Balkans and the Nordic countries as well as trips to USA, Northern Ireland and some Middle East countries.


He started writing before his medical undergraduate days with minor publication in college and parish magazines.


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