In Part 4 of Eno's Story, Erasmus is running out patience.  

Eno's Story was first published in 2010 to highlight the plight of children in West Africa who are affected by accusations of child witchcraft. Although the story was written in a way that children would understand, it speaks to all ages and clearly depicts the loneliness and desperation felt by children who are persecuted in this way. This is the reality of many children in the Niger Delta, right now. You can help us to help them, by clicking the DONATE button on the top right of this page.      

Join us tomorrow for Part 5 of Eno's Story and our 12 Days of Christmas.