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Hey guys!

If you’re interested in poetry, names and African culture, you’ll probably like my interview with poet, Dike Chukwumerije, out today, in the recent issue of Saraba Magazine (Available for free download here)

And if you like freebies and giveaways, you’ll be interested to know that I’ll be giving away 2 autographed copies of his poetry collection, Ahamefula: The Cultural Significance of Names Amongst the Ibos


To participate, all you have to do is:

  • Follow this blog (Click on the ‘Yes!’ button at the top right hand corner)
  • Leave a comment on this post telling us your name, its meaning and what language it is derived from
  • Don’t forget to add your email address so that you can be contacted (This will not be published)

Entries close on Friday, 29th March after which,  two lucky winners will be randomly selected and results announced on Monday, 1st April.

***Please note that, for logistic reasons, this giveaway is limited to people  resident in Nigeria.


This giveaway is now closed and the winners have been contacted. 


4 thoughts on “EASTER BONANZA

  1. so I am literally leaving my comment on this post! hahhaah. kudus my Editor. so so proud of you!

  2. Esther Onyinyechi Mark is my name. Esther is an Hebrew name meaning a Star, or fresh Myrrh. Onyinyechi is has its roots in Igbo Language, meaning God’s Gift.

  3. Onome simply means ‘My own’ in english. It is a name derived from the Urhobo speaking people of Delta State Nigeria

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