Maduku Mamata was born on a tiny speck of land in the Solomon Islands, a pacific archipelago that is known as much for its desperate financial state as its outstanding natural beauty.
From growing up and helping his parents with their subsistence farming, to losing them at a young age and attending school to make sure he would be able to make his own way in the world, Maduku weaves an intricate story of how he ended up in Brisbane, attending college there to better his life.
Deported Into Destiny is a story of hardship, a desperation to make things better for one’s self and for others, as well as lessons learned the hard way. But it is also an enduring story of love and of doors opening when you least expect them to. This is a story of salvation amidst the wreckage of a single mistake and of hope triumphing eventually over adversity.
Willie Maeobia was born in the Solomon Islands, a pacific archipelago consisting of a double chain of volcanic islands and coral atolls in Melanesia. The country is known for its outstanding natural beauty and a former colony of the British. Willie is a high school dropout. He got involved in church leadership after high school. He is also a subsistence farmer, a budding and aspiring entrepreneur and author . He obtained a Diploma certificate in Business English & Letter Writing from Cambridge International College in the UK through distance learning. He is passionate about Youth Leadership transformation and entrepreneurship. He is an orphan with both parents deceased. But he is doing fine after their passing, and endeavor to pass on what he learned in life to high school dropouts like himself. He is working on his second book, and expect to launch it in 2020.
They say that success leaves trails. If a nation colonizes another nation and granted independence later on when they ask for it, the colonized should be far better off than the colonizer. Your success is measured and determined by the state or well-being of your predecessor. You should leave the territory a whole lot better when you first colonized it. During your time, you should train and equip the people for your departure, so they could able to chart their own course and destiny. They should learn the ropes of survival under your regime. The same notion applies to families as well. The first classroom is the home. Children should learn, train and equip to be independent in their dependency in the home. When you are successful, people should say of you, "man, she sounds like her or he sounds or talks like him." The student supposed to be like the master. If the master is successful and the student is failing, the master is a failure. Is your home an environment for grooming the next generation?
Deported Into Destiny
I was trained to be a man very early in life. In the event my parents might not be around someday, I could still manoeuvre through life’s perils and challenges in their absence.