"Emeka's work is inspirational"
- Meg Hillier
MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch.
Step into the captivating world of Emeka Egbuonu—an accomplished author and captivating storyteller. With a passion for the written word, Emeka has dedicated his life to crafting immersive tales that captivate the imagination and inspire young minds.
As an esteemed author, Emeka's literary works have touched the hearts of readers far and wide. His powerful storytelling transports audiences to new realms, evoking emotions, and sparking a profound sense of wonder. With his unique ability to weave narratives that resonate deeply, Emeka leaves an indelible impact on all who have the pleasure of experiencing his stories.
With an innate talent for captivating audiences through the spoken word, Emeka's storytelling performances are nothing short of mesmerizing. Whether captivating listeners in intimate settings or enthralling crowds at larger gatherings, his dynamic presence and enthralling narratives leave audiences spellbound and hungry for more.
Emeka's gift for storytelling extends beyond the written page and the spoken word. Through his dedicated work as a teacher, he instills a love for literature and storytelling in the hearts of young learners. His passion for inspiring the next generation of storytellers and fostering a deep appreciation for the power of words is truly remarkable.
Prepare to be transported to worlds unknown, where imagination knows no bounds and stories come alive with Emeka Egbuonu—the author and storyteller who ignites the magic of storytelling in every heart.
Emeka Egbuonu’s Consequences – Breaking the Negative Cycle fills a criminological gap, and brings fresh insight into what we all should be doing in the wake of the English riots to help young people bridge the gap between school and a law-abiding adulthood. This inspiring book should be read widely – not least within the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office.”
Professor David Wilson, Britain’s leading criminologist and Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology in Birmingham:
Books such as this are crucial to understanding the issues that drive a minority of young people into the kind of lifestyles that are damaging both to them and to the rest of society. While there is never an excuse for criminal behaviour, we need to try to understand, and tackle, the background issues, such as parenting and lack of opportunities, that lead some of our young people to consider a lifestyle of crime and gang-related violence. Emeka Egbuonu’s experience in dealing with these issues is clearly visible in this interesting and well-informed book".
David Lammy, MP for Tottenham
STORIES BY EMEKA
Fatherhood Conversations Series
26 WEEKS - MY BABY AND MY BOOK | PART 1
26 WEEKS - MY BABY AND MY BOOK | PART 2
IS SOCIAL PRESSURE CREATING "ACTIVE" FATHERS? - Fatherhood Conversations EP7 Ft Ola The Comedian
CHILDREN NEED PRESENCE NOT PRESENTS - Fatherhood Conversations - EP4 Ft Dr Nick
'We were privileged to have the wonderful Emeka Egbuonu come and share a story with us.
Emeka’s story was warm, engaging and interesting and all the students were interested to know more. They had many questions and wanted more time to discuss. Author, professional speaker, entrepreneur and lecturer , this impressive young man is an excellent role model for our students. An extra nice touch was his donation of a signed copy of his new novel as a prize to a challenge he set up. Emeka spoke candidly about his own life and his awareness of the pressures of growing up. The session was a true talking point for our pupils , many of whom requested that we invite him in again. We were delighted to welcome him to our school and hope to see him back again. Thank you, Emeka'
Anne Gallagher, Lead Practitioner at Cardinal Pole Catholic Secondary School
Emeka is a charismatic and interesting speaker. When he spoke at HMP Holloway, he engaged and entertained a large group of women, whilst presenting some challenging and inspirational ideas. His breadth of material and fluid style sustained his audience throughout and gave them plenty to think about afterwards.”
Equalities Manager at Her Majesty's Holloway Women's Prison.
Great presentation, Emeka's project aroused lots of interest amongst our student body. We would love to have him back to speak again."
Dr. Mark Woolmer, Senior Tutor, Durham University