Fate and Destiny: The Hunchback of Langbodo trilogy

The concept of fate and destiny are prominently discussed in Tito O’tobi’s The Hunchback of Langbodo. In this review, Oòduwà and Ìwà will be taken as case studies on the subject.   Oòduwà Oòduwà being dropped on earth and told he’s a man with no divinity traits in him. Eventually gets to Idanre and learns that he’s a god. Having lived his entire life believing he was inferior to Orisa-nla, a god. His story could be likened to the Hans click here to read full version…