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March 22, 2013
Adieu, Professor Chinua Achebe; your spirit rests in peace in the yonder world, while your great name and thoughts --- in books, lectures and informal speeches remain here as cherished household gifts! Your famous book, Things Fall Apart, was a powerful philosophical penciling of a constitution for Nigeria; constitution, being, in essence, the conscious recognizing of the deeper heritage content of a people as template for defining and moving a nation state forward sustainably. I hereby join the many true patriots of our country to prophesy that one day, that constitution will surface so that Nigeria can truly be the great and proud people of the Umuofia genre as ordained by nature.
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