African-native Chijioke dreams of having everything a young man could want: money, a big house, a gorgeous girlfriend, and a full party schedule. To fulfill these dreams, he steals diamonds discovered on his familys ancient farming plot to leave forMoreAfrican-native Chijioke dreams of having everything a young man could want: money, a big house, a gorgeous girlfriend, and a full party schedule.
To fulfill these dreams, he steals diamonds discovered on his familys ancient farming plot to leave for New York City.The diamonds are fenced without finesse, and the government seizes the land and its treasures. This puts not only his family in jeopardy but his father also in jail, and threatens his older brother, Abdallas, university studies.Now in New York, only Chijiokes remaining cash and diamonds can provide his family food and schooling as well as assist his brother as a student--until Chijioke loses his fortune and spirals down to eking out life as a homeless man.
His family is also homeless in Africa and his brother placed under suspicion of theft.How can they avoid disaster? Can either be a faithful brother?Courtney Alexander Williams, through Faithful Brothers? extends his creative endeavors into fiction. This story of coming to America partly grows out of his experience living like an adopted son with a family in Senegal, Africa. His name there is Mussa Ndao (literally, Moses King). Williams is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), and Actors Equity (AEA).
Although he lives in and around the New York City area, he has also trained in Los Angeles. He has performed in over a dozen movies, nearly a dozen television programs, and half-dozen Off- Broadway theatre productions.