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The IBI-GBO boy: A Biafran minority report

  “All is fair in love and war” – John Lyly’s Eupheus *** There lies the road to Ohazife village, where Obulu-Nne, the goddess of my left foot rules over the lush land and its rustic people and I often wish I could go back, walk down that dirt road and roam through the part … Continue reading The IBI-GBO boy: A Biafran minority report

Cry the beloved Country, the Sceptre may not hold

Cry the beloved Country, the Sceptre may not hold

A sceptre has been looming over our heads, a sceptre called Biafra. For 42 years it has defied gravity and remained poised up above the firmament of the geographical location called Nigeria. This sceptre most recently was brandished a little closer to our heads by the publishing of Achebe‚Äôs book, There was a Country. It … Continue reading Cry the beloved Country, the Sceptre may not hold