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Why I Think A Biafra May Not Work - At Least Not Right Now.

It seems like, of late, I have been running into (and reading) too many articles about Biafra. Maybe it’s because of the continued incarceration of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu (which I think the Nigerian Federal Government has to fix as soon as possible) or just because the question of Biafra has loomed large in various stages of my life so far – especially considering I’m a Nigerian Igbo man. 1,939 more words


I join Christians all over the world and most especially Nigerians to rejoice and celebrate the great sacrifice made by One man (Jesus Christ) many years ago.

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One Day

Nne m, I’m restless

I want to tell your stories, I want to tell our stories

My pen is blunt and my tongue heavy

But these stories will be told… 57 more words


Lydia Nze says she tells lies to her husband

This is a post from my blog – www.frib.info

Hmmmm. I’m currently watching Africa Magic Igbo and the host – Chioma Omeruah is hosting the programme where the topic of discussion is “Telling Lies” with Lydia Had and Funny Bone. 151 more words

Failing Igbo Like A Boss

My French is better than my Igbo. I’m not proud of it, but I don’t speak Igbo very well, actually I don’t speak Igbo at all. 673 more words


Why KENZO's 2017 'Nigerian' Collection is essential

Does the collection truly tell the true story of the Igbo ‘Fashion’ sensibilities in the modern world or is this just another grossly biased misconceived mis-interpretation fed (sadly) by our very own to a disinterested colonialist of what the Igbo nation Sees as beauty and ‘tradition’ 90 more words


20 Fascinating Proverbs from Chinua Achebe’s Works

One of the most fascinating things about reading Prof. Chinua Achebe’s novels as a non-Igbo youngster was the way he peppered the book with proverbs – the palm oil with which words are eaten, according to him. 13 more words

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