Ugo Nkwoala is an entrepreneur by day and a self-taught writer by night with a passion for poetry, short stories, and photography. He holds an MBA from FUTO and divides his time between Lagos and Owerri (in Nigeria).
Today at 59, I sing of the beauty of Nigeria without the bickering of tribe without the malice of a map – no Muslim north, no Christian south no Igbo resentment, no Yoruba stereotype nor Hausa/Fulani ‘Born-to-Rule’ hypothesis….
Sing again, sing your song!Make merry my grief heart –Soul of proud Eri* warriorsSing – oh, softly! Oh, loudly!Until sacred beings swing and danceLet them tickle and beat your skinAll night, all day, all season.Under our: sun’s blaze…