A HEALTHCARE worker has published a collection of 20 short 'didactic and interesting' stories.

Architect, poet, writer, health care assistant and public speaker Emmanuel Oke has published ‘Anchor of Nullity’ which considers the ‘multi-diversed aspects of human endeavours and experiences’

He said the book is designed to appeal to people of various backgrounds and ages. It contains commentary on parenting, relationships, marriage, and modern medicine explored through fictional narratives.

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Deliberately written to be easy to digest, Oke’s book aims to tackle complex issues in an accessible and thoughtful way.

Nigerian-born Emmanuel said: "I am biologically wired for stories."

He comes from a family of creative writers, and has authored three books to date as well as journals in the field of architecture.

Oke lives in Hampshire and currently works as a healthcare assistant in the NHS across Hampshire, including in Winchester and Portsmouth in what he describes as “an effort to give back and work with people” in his community.

Anchor of Nullity, published by UK publishing house SCLK, can be bought from Amazon paperback priced at £5.14 and Kindle edition £2.20.

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