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Chiziterem Ndukwe-Nwoke
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A rebellious African bohemian autodidactic literatus. Arduous maverick at times. Loves God.
A rebellious African bohemian autodidactic literatus. Arduous maverick at times. Loves God.

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Minna, Saturday is a short story I wrote in September.

It's my fictional input to the matter of the growing unrest in Northern Nigeria, from the angle of ethno-religious inclinations.

It's an e-book, and it goes online at 00:00hrs, Sunday, 16th December, 2018

#Anticipate #MinnaSaturday

I'll post the Amazon Kindle link on this thread when it does 🙂

It is self-published

(Book Cover and all Designs Were Made By Yours Truly)
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Ladi Yakubu’s Travelogue of Minna, Niger State Saw this on nairaland. Thought I’d share, to complement my #Minna craze. Hi Everyone, would like you all to read my Travelogue, it happens to be my first attempt at writing. Do let me know what you think..…
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However, in all this time, drawing a little from personal experience and my many musings whenever I come across a piece of literature (text, audio, video) that tells stories of life, culture, relationships, I have gone ahead to analyse certain social…
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I promised that with the fourth part of this series, I would talk about my spiritual walk with God and how that had as well gone through some modicum of redefinition in its own right.
I call this part ‘Grace™’ because there is no other way to put it. It…
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Care to share your very African Problems?
Ears are listening and are ready to do something about it.

Just include the hashtags #myAfricanHero or #TheOzintaSeries to your story, and watch the decibels in your voice reach the world with your story!!!
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If you are close to me, you have probably heard me utter those words, “the Ozinta series” a couple of times, and wondered what it was all about. I’ve uploaded a logo bearing the words a couple of times on social media. It’s even on a monogram I designed…
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Last day of camp. Bags are packed. All mattresses returned. All queues dissolved. The closing formalities are all done. The NYSC officials come out of their camp offices with bags of papers. They are the posting letters. Everybody’s heart is racing. We…
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Enter an average Nigerian street today, you’ll find little clusters of people, different genders and ages, talking, animatedly, over drinks or light food or some such, about matters—problems—that are really out of their hands to solve, directly that is.…
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