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11 “Kiss and Say Goodbye” – The Manhattans. Reprised by Alfred Obiora Uzokwe
I have always loved this song and have always wanted to play and sing it.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/021221.html
12 Silent Night - Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year
Now, here is the song, “Silent Night”, as I played and sang it, just for you all.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/121820.html
13 Computer eye strain and how an unexpected set of glasses helped
I noticed that I developed the tendency to rub my eyes frequently while sitting in front of the screen. It started with periodic sensation of grit in the eyes, then quickly morphed into a sensation of eye strain.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/013121.html
14 Rev Father Oluoma offers some clarity to the age-old question: Why does adversity also befall believers?
I have heard someone say, well, “that guy”, pointing at a random person “is not even a believer but his business is thriving, he has good health, he is smart, he has everything that he needs for a good life, while I, a believer, seem to have all...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/012821.html
15 Folks complain about COVID-19 lock down in Nigeria but will not do the needful!
Every time I look, many Nigerians are contesting the existence of COVID-19! Some say they have never seen anyone that has it. ... Others argue that it is a government hoax to siphon money away through COVID palliatives.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/122720.html
16 Playing and singing the song - “Leaving on a Jet Plane” – Sonya Spence version
The year was 1976. I was in class five in secondary school then in Nigeria. We came home to Nnewi for Christmas holiday and incidentally, one of my cousins, Dilibe, had returned for the Yuletide too.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/121120.html
17 How my dalliance with Bob Marley’s music began
The year was 1976. I was in class five in secondary school then in Nigeria. We came home to Nnewi for Christmas holiday and incidentally, one of my cousins, Dilibe, had returned for the Yuletide too.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/120220.html
18 My first real encounter with and fondest memories of Christmas carols
In Lagos in those days, on Christmas day, not too many people populated the streets. I assume folks would be home eating and celebrating or travel home to their villages. I recall that when we got home, after undressing and having our Christmas meal, a...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/112520.html
19 VIDEO: A nexus between the Soweto massacre of 1976 and the South African National Anthem
Since the song, Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika or God Bless Africa was adopted by South Africa as her national anthem, I have always had a special affinity for the song.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/111520.html
20 As tree leaves change color, Nnewi on my mind
Every Autumn season, as tree leaves start falling and cool winds begin to blow, I become very nostalgic. I find myself thinking about the place I grew up in, the town many call Anaedo, the place called Nnewi.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/columnist/uzokwe/110720.html

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