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March 26, 2013
May the God of Comfort continue to be with you and yours
March 26, 2013
A writer dies when his books are not read. Chinua Achebe, whose books were translated more than 50 languages and printed more than 12 millions, will never die. he will live where his books are read and studied. Thank you, the Great Son of Africa for the books that we truly enjoyed reading and learning about your people. May Allah let you always feel the gratitude of your readers for you.
March 26, 2013
Professor Achebe left a caring legacy. In the New World to come, he will experience what he hoped to see in this old world! He will open his eyes to
an earth free of oppression.
He will see the fulfillment of Jeremiah 29:11 "...the whole earth had come to rest...free of disturbance". May we all see this Day!
March 26, 2013
What a man, what a GREAT man he was! RIP Prof. Achebe!!
March 25, 2013
The African torch bearer has left the continent poorer and darker. May your writings continue to inspire those of the future generations of the global village. Sleep well Father......Peace.
March 25, 2013
May God rest your soul peace my Brother
March 25, 2013
May God bless his family and I will always remember the great work "Things Fall Apart"
March 25, 2013
MY SINCERE SYMPATHY FOR THE FAMILY OF CHINUA ACHEBE. MAY THE GOD WHO SUPPLIES ENDURANCE AND COMFORT BE WITH THE FAMILY AT THIS TIME OF SORROW. ROMANS 15:5.
March 25, 2013
May your blessed gentle soul rest in perfect peace. you were a true son of the world.

Sleep well in the bosom of our lorf. Amen!
March 25, 2013
I reference this title many times in my day to day dealings with people in social services: Things Fall Apart. It was one of the first book that I read by an African author, I will read it again in your memory. God Bless.

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