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Ogadinma Or, Everything Will be All Right tells the story of the naïve and trusting teenager Ogadinma as she battles against Nigeria’s societal expectations in the 1980s. After a rape and unwanted pregnancy leave her exiled from her family in Kano, thwarting her plans to go to university, she is sent to her aunt’s in Lagos and pressured into a marriage with an older man.

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Africa in One House: On Nnamdi Oguike’s “Do Not Say It’s Not Your Country”

This rare feat of gathering these complexities in Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa, Madagascar, Libya, Zimbabwe etc and even in non-African states like Hawaii he pulled off, exhilaratingly so, in this collection that reminds us that no matter the national boundaries separating us, humanity is always the same everywhere, an actuality that pulls down boundaries.

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