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Business: The Igbo Mindset Nigerians Must Adopt In 2016 (2)

It’s February and the present economic realities have succeeded in weathering the hype and fun that comes with the new year.

The Nigerian market is experiencing one of its worst economic crisis ever, the downward slide in oil price and other antagonizing market forces is really pushing the country to the edge but in all, the masses, those at the bottom of the food chain would always be the most hit. 455 more words



Every time I am about to start a blog post, I stall by scrolling through my twitter timeline. And every single time (in recent times), something upsets me. 1,654 more words



Yesterday Obianuju asked where I got Chynanu from and it hit me that the inspiration behind my WordPress and even blogger (I really should do a wordpress.com vs blogger.com post seeing that I use both) monikers are not as clear to everyone as they are to me. 683 more words


‘Ka ndi Igbo si abu AFA.’

My name is Emeka. By itself, Emeka means nothing. To understand what it means you would have to say my name in full, Chukwuemeka. This means “God did well”. 1,172 more words



   When He is passed among us
Yet He is not touching us.
Not one of us is touched by His
Passing among us in His going. 73 more words


Alu (Abomination)

Onye ala!
Come let me tell you
the story of how your
forefathers made love
to your mothers under the
udala tree.

My papa wears no red cap… 69 more words

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