Winning The Race: A Young Mans Thrilling Journey Through Business, Politics, and Faith Samuel Kasumu

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Winning The Race: A Young Mans Thrilling Journey Through Business, Politics, and Faith  by  Samuel Kasumu

Winning The Race: A Young Mans Thrilling Journey Through Business, Politics, and Faith by Samuel Kasumu
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A Must Read. This thrilling book captures the early years of an award winning business man and political activists in the United Kingdom who had to struggle through very humble beginnings. Samuel Kasumu, a man born in inner city London, tells hisMoreA Must Read. This thrilling book captures the early years of an award winning business man and political activists in the United Kingdom who had to struggle through very humble beginnings.

Samuel Kasumu, a man born in inner city London, tells his story in an honest and open way and shares the life lessons that he has learnt on the way. The book captures the reader from the very beginning as we read about domestic violence, a period in Africa, and the faith experience that would change Samuel’s life forever. We then see how Samuel begins his business empire and the fascinating interactions with some of the most influential politicians of our generation.

Underlining all of these experiences is an amazing and unlikely love story that will leave the reader both warm and inspired.The beginning of the opening chapter:I was born the fourth of a family of five. I was the most quiet of my siblings, and was made very aware of this distinction growing up.

I had behavioural and learning difficulties at school, and was one of the students that would leave my peers in primary school for ‘special needs’ classes. I must say however that I am very fortunate for even being in a primary school class as I was expelled from nursery at the age of 3. I am said to have physically assaulted the nursery teacher at the time, as well been highly disruptive in the class. Over the years I found it particularly challenging to accept that I was bad enough to have been expelled from a nursery, but having looked back to the earliest memories of my childhood I think that I could understand why I may have been so aggressive.

For the very first thing I can remember is witnessing domestic violence. My siblings and I would hide in a room in our South London flat as we heard large thumps and shouting. Witnessing such scenes could of course help to show me just where I had learnt to be quite aggressive in my early years. As the first boy in the house I guess it was expected that I would be a bit of a naughty child, but at times my behaviour was taken to the extreme.Eventually I was admitted into a new school, and began year one at Dock on a Hill Primary.

I can’t remember doing much work, but what I can remember is that I wasn’t there too long. Having missed out on pre-school education, I was already quite behind in regards to my development. I was also born in late August, and as a result was one of the youngest in my class too. Soon it was once again time to leave, but this time it wasn’t for my behaviour. My parents had decided to relocate to Nigeria, and we all packed our bags and were off to Lagos. We arrived in the evening, and my sister Victoria began to throw up soon after our arrival. The air was very humid and the whole atmosphere from the airport was very tense.

Vicki was always the one that would get ill very easily, but this time my other two sisters followed suit. We were in a car close to armed men in what looked like military uniform....



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