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SAVE OUR SON- the story of a mother.

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This is not your fight Adim, it is not mine either. Whose fight is it then? That poor child’s?She was pointing at their dying son in the hospital’s intensive care…

HE IS NOT OUR TRIBE.

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My dad was talking. It was one of those holiday mornings when he engaged us in a very long early morning conversation before our morning prayer- a daily ritual. A…

HE IS NOT OUR TRIBE.

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My dad was talking. It was one of those holiday mornings when he engaged us in a very long early morning conversation before our morning prayer- a daily ritual. A…

2017 IN VIEW.

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My message is quite short and somewhat unusual. In few hours we will all gladly  jump, shout and sing HAPPY NEW YEAR to one another. 2016 will now be a…

MUSIC-Interview with Uwgu Henry Chukwunonso.

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Hello, I am really excited to have you here on unorthodox. More excited to have to discuss music. But before music can we talk about you. Please tell us a…

Family Experience- CHIDOZIE ETHELBERT

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There were years I asked why it was and had to be? Why was there no one before me that I could look up to? And the time I simply…

FAMILY EXPERIENCE-Chibugo Onwuakpa.

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I come from a family of just three children. Though not the only child, I was the only son. Being the only son in a typical Igbo family has its…

ONLINE INTERVIEW WITH IFEANYI CHUKWUEKEM.

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FLORA:   Helo  Ifeanyi, how do u do? IFEANYI:    I’m fine FLORA:     Ifeanyi I will like you to imagine that as a writer, you decided to publish your…

Can I Love?

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The scene: 5:35pm at Adeola Odeku bus-stop. I looked to the right side of the road where buses and other vehicles going towards the mainland and another part of the…