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Posts tagged with ‘Igbo’

  • Laugh Lines

    By Kiah on May 14, 2014
    200 and counting girls are missing in Northern Nigeria. They miss home. They miss school. They miss their families.  Our people say ‘better a child dead than a child missing.’ My hope is that these girls will come home soon and their parents will never have to dwell on this proverb. I wrote this for the Dana Air crash a […]
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  • Survivors

    By Kiah on March 8, 2013
    It is my Dad’s birthday as well as International Women’s Day. My Dad is a gynecologist, an amazing one at that. 🙂 This one is for you Dad; for all that you do. Happy birthday. She felt wearied by their presence even though she knew they were all there for her. Or so they told her over and over again. […]
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  • Blood on my hands

    By Kiah on December 3, 2011
      Most people ask why most my stories are set around Igbo characters…especially as i am a Yoruba girl who has lived 90% of her life in Lagos… I have Chinua Achebe, Cyprian Ekwensi, Elechi Amadi, Buchi Emecheta, Chimamanda Adichie and countless other amazing writers of Igbo origin to thank for that. Their stories, their dedication to creating a better […]
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