Awolowo vs Achebe: “We Remember Differently” ~ By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

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11 thoughts on “Awolowo vs Achebe: “We Remember Differently” ~ By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

  1. I am pleased to have met this refreshing, young new afrikan mind in the world of literature and look forward to reading more of her work.

    • lol blacks aka arab voltrons. look at them falling over themselves to send aid to palestine. they all murdered their own black biafrans: olaudah equinuoh’s home. lollllz

  2. Needless to say, a stark difference between the black and white skin is elucidated here. England would never stratify and bomb Scotland (even if Scots by happenstance, had more oil wells than Saudi Arabia). I’m quite sure, that Julius Nyerre fella touched on this point? I’m also quite sure Biafrans didn’t have half as much oil as the Saudis..?

    • strangely, the Julius fella spoke but none of them listened to him. including those diaspora blacks crying white devil in the americas. all blacks wanted biafran blood and oil!! at the end of the war, they were all pleased with the outcome too. over 3 millon deaths.
      whoopsy my bad, i think four black majority countries disagreed with the invasion and bombing. the rest of them supported malnourishing the babies and the genocide lolllllz. they prolly thought no one noticed that either.
      i suspect olaudah and julius probably secretly wished more africans were smuggled off on slave ships to brittania. them blacks not safe in their own communities cos black buggers are their own worst enemies and everybody knows it lolllz

  3. Igbos are natural revolutionists. The originator of modern african literature was Igbo (Olaudah Equiano). The “father of panfricanism” was igbo (Edward Blyden). The father of african letters was Igbo (Chinua Achebe). Chimamanda Adichie, Ify Otuya, Genevieve Nnaji, Chinua Achebe, Edward Blyden, Olaudah Equiano, Oluchi Onweagba, Phyno Fino, Africanus Horton, Stella Damascus, T.D Jakes… Ndi Igbos make me so proud to be black. Osawencha Ndiigbo o bu made of black.

  4. ChiChi, to remember differently means you are truly resistant. made of black.

    Igbokwenu. Ndigbo in Africa are the Jews of Africa. They are a cultured people. Heavily persecuted but easily the most industrious. Most resistant, truly African, truly black. To think of all they’ve endured at the hands of Europeans, Arabs and other Blacks. Ejigbu Ekwensu di ni mogbe. Ndigbo funanyam.

    • BLM, a titanic stinking Scam Scam Scam Scam. Almost got duped by the fraudsters, just really sick and tired of all the filth.

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