Telephone Message


By Samuel O. Onungwe Beloved, I know your night is going peacefully. If there is any crime I’m guilty of, it is always thinking how best to be your best friend.How can I be jailed when I speak the truth and the truth sets us free? I really don’t want […]

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Crescendo


Samuel O. Onungwe Some fall in love a little doubt, they fall out of love at a slight distraction. All I want to do is to continually grow in love with you like plants grow in height and roots grow in depth. You are the best and I will continue […]

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Evang. Jonah Ekpone Chujor


By Samuel O. Onungwe I may have known him in my hometown Ogale in the eye of a little boy. I heard he once contested as Councillor to represent Ogale Ward 3. However, I had an uncle, father and friend in him during my secondary school at Birabi Memorial Grammar […]

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Light Up Eleme


Apostle JC Winner To Lead #LightUpEleme Project. #LightUpEleme And I heard another voice and that voice was that of Apostle J.C. Winner and he said: Good day great and prestigious people of Eleme. Part 4 The BOMB THE TIME IS NOW WE can’t CONTINUE WITH the LIES. Destinies have been […]

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Light Up Eleme


By Samuel O. Onungwe #LightUpEleme #RestoreEkporo Each time I see the solar streetlight along Ogale road and Indorama EPCL trailer park, it feels like a kitchen lamp or candle light in a whole central room. Each night I pass the Indorama EPCL gate facing the budding Nchia City, located uphill […]

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Call Me


By Samuel O. Onungwe Call me when you can, your voice sounds like music which gladdens the heart and heals like medicine or will you fail?

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Friendship


By Samuel O. Onungwe To win a heart you must give a hand. To grow love you must sow Charity, water and nurture it always. You must appreciate people so they could be comfortable to stay around you.  You must celebrate their success no matter how small, so they can […]

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Chief (Deacon) Victor Ejor Okpabi, JP


1953-2020 Birth and Years of Childhood It was the short dry season of 7 August 1953. The sun fed the sky majestically in its graceful ambiance and the tiny village of Alode basked in its much needed rays after the heavy falls that ended a few days earlier. There were […]

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