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  • You either agree with Igbos or they see you as perecuting them!
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    YOU EITHER AGREE WITH IGBOS OR THEY FEEL PERSECUTED BY YOU; AN ESSAY ON PARANOIA Ozodi Osuji I have observed that in the main you either agree with what the generality of Igbos believe is in their best interests, and accept their positions on social issues or they feel persecuted…
  • Are there christians in this world?
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    I hear folks around me call themselves Christian; I observe their behaviors and they do not jive with what I garnered should be the behaviors of Christians. Given this perceived contradiction, I ask myself: who is a Christian and are there, in fact, true Christians? Is a Christian a person…
  • Nigerian (Yoruba) Cardiologist In Dallas, USA, Calls For Slaughter Of The Igbo In Nigeria – The Lessons
    In a Facebook posting Dr. Adeniran Abraham Ariyo, as reported by African Sun Times, (a reputable on line publication severally honored by American media) that the cardiologist called for the slaughter of the Igbo in Lagos and Abuja. http://africansuntimes.com/2015/04/nigerian-yoruba-cardiologist-in-dallas-usa-calls-for-slaughter-of-the-igbo-in-nigeria/ Another Nigeria medical doctor Ola Kassim, MD has called the outburst…
  • Igbos and the parable of the old and young monk
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    My Hindu Swami (priest), Bhaskrananda told us a parable. Pay attention to it and learn. Two monks were on their way to a village. They got to a stream and saw a young woman dressed in her finest attire contemplating how to cross the stream without getting her clothes wet;…
  • On the doctor Adeniran Abraham Ariyo Saga
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    Folks are sending to my private email box mails asking for my opinion on the Texas based Nigerian cardiologist that, apparently, wrote something on his Facebook page that they find offensive. I have actually not read what the man wrote; what I have heard is what people said that he…
  • To pretend to be a very important person is to live in fear and hell
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    Essays on self-understanding. Ozodi Osuji I felt total body weakness and thus desired a strong body and a powerful self (magical self). I forever desire a powerful and important self; sometimes I pretend to be an important self; in childhood I used to fib, tell lies about how important I…
  • The good and the bad Tinubu (Part 1)
    The good and the bad Tinubu (Part 1) So much has been said and written about the star of this article in the grapevine, in the social media, in the mainstream media, in political circles in Lagos and much of the Southwest. Most Igbos would rather have him turned into a villain while most Yorubas consider him a…

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