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Dec 09, 2021
Ten years ago when I turned 50, I felt that life had come to a climax. I wrote about it, and I threw an all-night dancing party to celebrate and remember.

Dec 02, 2021
To my short-lived pleasant surprise, a package I sent to Nigeria arrived on time to Lagos and even made it to its destination at Owerri.  But that was where my luck ended and the usual Nipost nightmare of delay and disgust began.

Nov 23, 2021
Would Soludo live up to the expectations? Igbos hate oversight

Nov 08, 2021
"The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy" is now available in both paperback and Amazon Kindle.

Oct 15, 2021
One quiet early morning while standing next to the fridge, Ejike Emeh closed his eyes, squeezed his face, and made the last decision. A hunger strike was the best way to show outrage about the struggles occurring within and worldwide.

Jul 21, 2021
First of all, I want to start by acknowledging that no 60-year-old person of Nigerian descent, let alone one from the Igbo tribe, uses "friendship" to describe their relationship with a 97-year--old Professor, ex-Nigerian diplomat, and ambassador.

Jun 02, 2021
Instead of asking people, "How do you feel?" or "What is going on in your life?" some of us presume we can tell what others are thinking or feeling.

May 09, 2021
It has nothing to do with the Hausas or any other tribes. Instead, the poor quality of governmental leadership is killing the Igbos, particularly Igbos in Imo State.

May 05, 2021
It has nothing to do with the Hausas or any other tribes. Instead, the poor quality of governmental leadership is killing the Igbos, particularly Igbos in Imo State.

Apr 20, 2021
"I like your shoes," one of the girls said to me as I walked past after shooting some hoops at the park. "They match your cap," she added. Delightfully surprised, I lifted my head and smiled.


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