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1 What music does for me and could do for you too
Once I get immersed in a song, slowly, I would feel a certain quiescence descending on me, culminating in a peaceful night’s sleep.
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2 Playing, Singing and Dancing to the song – JERUSALEMA feat Alfred Uzokwe
So, I cannot think of a better song to dedicate to Ubaka’s memory than a song that says – “Jerusalem is my home, don’t leave me here”.
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3 Singing the song - Many Rivers to Cross by Jimmy Cliff
The first time I heard this song by Jimmy Cliff, I assumed he was singing about a personal experience he had in life or was still having.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/101021.html
4 Singing “God on the Mountain” - A gospel song that would melt any heart
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/081921.html
5 Nigeriaworld -- Surviving in Biafra: A perspective, in a three-part essay
Welcome address by Alfred Obiora Uzokwe at the book signing ceremony on April 12, 2003. ...Ladies and gentlemen, the Nigerian civil war ended more than thirty years ago, and I wish I could say to you tonight, that all of the problems that led to that...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/042103.html
6 Nigeriaworld -- Surviving in Biafra is published - Excerpt from Chapter 10 - Voice of Biafra Revolution
From that day on, I no longer believed all the war propaganda I heard. We returned home to Nnewi in the wee hours of the night and instead of the feeling of elation I usually had after our performances, I was down.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/021703.html
7 Nigeriaworld -- New crime policy in Nigeria - ''Just apologize and go free''
Some of the judges, these days, seem to make rulings based on what they feel that the executive arm would want. ...They [Obasanjo's govt] have tacitly prescribed two standards of behavior for the citizens: one for those in power or in the corridors of...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/020204.html
8 Nigeriaworld -- Senators killing the fight against corruption in Nigeria!
The alarming rate of corruption in Nigeria, coupled with its attendant effects, warrants that Nigeria should be toughening the punishment for corruption. Every body else understands this except members of Nigeria's Senate.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/030603.html
9 Nigeriaworld -- Surviving in Biafra is published - Excerpt from Chapter 9 - Nnewi is bombed!
The book ''Surviving in Biafra'' has been published and this writer owes a debt of gratitude to Nigeriaworld.com readers who continued to send encouraging words while the manuscript was in the making. Those words of encouragement helped motivate this...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/020903.html
10 Nigeriaworld -- When public officials seemingly encourage jaundiced journalism in Nigeria
Someone should please tell ambassador Abdulwahab that reporting these crimes promptly and in an unadulterated way helps would-be victims.... A lot of Nigerians live in the Diaspora and travel home to Nigeria every Christmas; most read what happens in...
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