I am Chuma Nwokolo, writer, advocate. If you like poetry, you should read my Final Testament of a Minor God. If you are into fiction, try my Diaries of a Dead African or How to Spell Naija in 100 Short Stories...
If you don't read much, beyond blogs and stuff, you'll probably love my Extinction of Menai, Diary of a Witch-Doctor's Writer-in-Residence, and a dozen other novels of that ilk, because they're not yet published.
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Posted on September 19, 2010 | 9 CommentsHistory starts everyday. 2010's rash of 50th anniversaries is another opportunity for African nations (some more urgently than most) to look again with an objective blend of subjectivity at their most-referenced bastion of identity, the Name.