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Chimdinma Adriel Onwukwe is a lawyer whose love for African Literature is unmatched. She is the host of The AfroReader Podcast - where she talks about books and how they mirror culture, society, and lifestyle. She believes we can change the world, one book, and conversation at a time.

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BOOK REVIEW: BETTER NEVER THAN LATE by CHIKA UNIGWE

...perfect stories about imperfect people... The Blurb Religious fervour culminates in an exorcism for one unfortunate maid. A harrowing encounter ...
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Of Love, Letters and Feedback to Ngozi “Engee” Ukweni

Of Love, Letters and Feedback to Ngozi "Engee" Ukweni “We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship is formed. As ...
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One Day for the Owner: An edited version of Sefi Atta’s introduction to the Fela Debates at NECA (Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association) House on October 14, 2019

Fela always simplified complex issues, and the Nigerian dilemma is unquestionably a complex one, which I myself have attempted to ...
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From all Sides: An Open Letter to Aisha Buhari by Sefi Atta

The late Toni Morrison once suggested that contemporary literature would be spared a good number of novels if authors would ...
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Book Review: Nights of the Creaking Bed by Toni Kan

...An intriguing insight into the lottery of life and lust in Lagos... The Blurb Nights of the Creaking Bed is ...
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To My One Love – An essay by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Scrolling through Facebook today, I came across a post by Ama Udofa; So when are we going to fish out ...
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