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1 NigeriaWorld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/index.html
2 “Killing me Softly” by Roberta Flack feat Alfred Uzokwe
This day, in 1967, Biafra became an independent nation. The Biafran enclave, which became defined by the independence, was an attempt to provide a place of refuge for easterners who had fled their homes from all parts of Nigeria.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/061721.html
3 The crowded Anambra gubernatorial field - Sift the wheat from the chaff now!
I don’t know the candidates or their antecedents well enough to make conclusions, yet it is troubling that a lot of people do not trust the people vying to run the affairs of the state.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/061021.html
4 Singing “We are the World” - a song penned by Lionel Ritchie and Michael Jackson
This day, in 1967, Biafra became an independent nation. The Biafran enclave, which became defined by the independence, was an attempt to provide a place of refuge for easterners who had fled their homes from all parts of Nigeria.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/060621.html
5 May 30 is here again - My Biafra Story Never Dies!- I tell it at Johns Hopkins University
This day, in 1967, Biafra became an independent nation. The Biafran enclave, which became defined by the independence, was an attempt to provide a place of refuge for easterners who had fled their homes from all parts of Nigeria.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/053121.html
6 Nigeria's "Demographics" constantly disadvantages all sections except the north!
The way Nigeria is gerrymandered, the north will always win presidential elections or have the power to anoint the winner.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/052821.html
7 “Malaika” – Singing the song by Miriam Makeba and remembering FESTAC ’77 in Nigeria
The very first time I heard about Miriam Makeba was the early months of 1977, precisely from January 12 into February [FESTAC '77]
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/051921.html
8 In search of environmental serenity in my native land… Trees, Birds Chirping, Cocks Crowing…
It is only fitting that when one leaves their place of work and abode, whether internationally or in Nigeria, to go back to their 'village', for any amount of time, that they find a place where environmental serenity prevails.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/051521.html
9 Singing Pastor Chris Okotie’s song – Gone to Carolina (Featuring Alfred Uzokwe)
The younger generation of Nigerians, who only hear about Pastor Chris Okotie’s church at Oregun Lagos, may not be aware of the fact that the man used to be a one-man music wonder!
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/050521.html
10 I Visited the Site of the Second Niger Bridge Project at Onitsha, Nigeria - Here is what I saw
I followed the saga of this young lady, her issues with her erstwhile pastor, and her eventual death.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/042821.html

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