A Man is Never Ugly

Cordelia notices that Nnu Ego hasn’t been seen that morning. On her frequent trips to and from the kitchen, she notices that Nnu Ego’s door is open so she goes to take a look. That’s when she sees the dead baby, and no Nnu Ego. She crosses herself like a good Catholic and screams for Nnu Ego.

  • She thinks she should run and tell Nnaife, and perhaps her husband, but where is Nnu Ego?
  • She goes to find her husband first. She sees Nnaife, and just tells him that she needs her husband. She feels sorry for Nnaife – his wife doesn’t care for him and now his only son is dead. She sounds forced and odd as she asks for her husband (Ubani) and Nnaife wonders what’s wrong, but he goes to get her husband.
  • Ubani frowns when he sees her. He shouldn’t be interrupted at work. But, like Cordelia, he’s upset when he hears her news and he wonders what they should do. Cordelia wonders if Nnu Ego is trying to harm herself.
  • Ubani agrees that he will tell Nnaife, but when he sees Nnaife so engrossed in his work, he doesn’t have the heart. But he must tell him, and they must find Nnu Ego. He hurries to finish his washing and tells his nephew, Dilibe, to do the drying. Then he finds Nnaife, and watches as Nnaife concentrates on his work.
  • Nnaife finally speaks and says it’s a beautiful morning and beautiful mornings don’t make for bad days. He knows something is wrong – he had seen Cordelia go to Ubani, and now Ubani stood here – but he wouldn’t hurry his friend.
  • Ubani asks Nnaife to take a break. Nnaife looks at him and realizes that his friend is trying to hide something from him. He tells him that he needs to hang the washing first.
  • Ubani damns the washing.
  • Nnaife thinks of his own family for the first time. Is something wrong? He asks if there was a quarrel between the wives and Ubani shakes his head.
  • Nnaife looks around. He sees Ubani’s children. But where is Nnu Ego? He asks the question out loud.
  • Ubani tells him to come to their room. Nnu Ego isn’t at home.
  • Cordelia is there, sitting on their bed, which is curtained off. She looks like she’s in emotional distress.
  • Nnaife asks if Ubani has already been beating Cordelia, so early in the morning. Cordelia begins to whimper.
  • Ubani tells Nnaife that his son is dead and lying inside the room.
  • Nnaife can’t believe what he’s hearing. Cordelia brings him something hot to drink and Nnaife’s hands shake as he holds the glass.
  • Ubani asks him to think about his wife, and how upset she must be.
  • Nnaife wants to know where his wife is and where his son, Ngozi is. Ubani tells him that Ngozi, is lying in the room but they don’t know where Nnu Ego is. Nnaife wonders if Nnu Ego knows about it. But then he says she must know and that is why she ran away.
  • Ubani says they must search for her before she does something terrible to herself in her sorrow.
  • Nnaife begins to moan, feeling sorry for his wife. He feels bad for himself and starts to think that he is ugly and that Nnu Ego only put up with him because of the child.
  • Ubani tells him not to be ridiculous, that no man is ugly. He should stop talking like a woman. Ubani tells Nnaife that he has to make Nnu Ego pregnant again very soon, he says, so that she can forget the death of her first child.                                                   credit: Buchi Emecheta


A graduate in Biology from the University was having difficulty in finding a job.

He saw an advert in one of the daily newspapers for the job position of a zoo keeper.
In the interview, the manager told him that the gorilla, whichhad been tourists attraction had died, so they needed someone to dress up and pretend as gorilla.
The graduate was embarrassed, but since the salary was attractive,  accepted the job offer. The 1st day, he put on the gorilla skin and entered the cage, he started jumping up and down, beat his chest and roared like gorilla. The next day, he put on a gorilla skin and started moving around the zoo again and mistakenly entered another
cage and found himself staring at a lion.The lion roared & rushed towards him.

The scared graduate quickly forgot that he is a gorilla & started shouting like human, “Help! Help!” The lion leaped onto him,knocked him to the ground &
whispered in his ear “EBUKA” it’s me DANIEL , your course mate. 

American Prof Rachel Dolezal Changes Her Name To Nkechi Amare Diallo

 It sadenes me to see people living a lie, a man or woman will call him/herself transgender, gay, lesbian and other bullshit they call themselves. And society will applaud to this lie that they are living in. To this generation lying is the new truth. Rachel Dolezal, the former head of Spokane, Washington’s NAACP chapter who faked being black until she was outed by her parents has given herself a new Nigerian name.

Rachel Dolezal is now to be officially known as Nkechi Amare Diallo, which means ‘gift of God’ in Igbo language:  Legal documents obtained by DailyMail.com show. Diallo, meaning ‘bold,’ is a last name of Fula origin. The Fula people are a Muslim ethnic group thought to have roots in the Middle East and North Africa, who are now widely dispersed across West Africa.

Dolezal, 39, was a prominent activist for black people and a lecturer in African American studies in Washington. Dolezal acknowledges that she is ‘Caucasian biologically,’ but says she identifies as black. She said that she ‘began to see the world through black eyes’ as a teenager after her parents adopted four black children.

credit: stelladimokorkus

Moment when Nigerian man discovers he’s not the biological father of his 32 year old son.

A Nigerian man, identified as Oscar received  the saddest news of his life about a DNA test.

In the latest episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show, Image result for jeremy show 

Oscar discovered that he was not the biological father to his “son” of 32 years.

The son, Valentine had brought his father, Oscar on the show, after being told a month ago by his mum that the man who had brought him up may not actually be his dad.

Oscar brought Valentine to England from Nigeria and put him through school.

So Jeremy did a DNA test on the two men to find out the truth, and it tragically turned out Oscar isn’t Valentine’s real dad.

On finding out the news, Oscar let out the most heartbreaking wail.

“He’s not my son?” he asked

But Jeremy said: “Being a dad isn’t about being blood-related. It takes a man to look after a kid.”

Oscar and Valentine had earlier said that no matter the outcome of the DNA test, “nothing will change” in their relationship.

see link to the video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyf4IpCaNic



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