Ugochukwu Ejinkeonye‘s articles on various literary, political and social topics have been published in several journals, newspapers, magazines and internet media. Born in Imo State, Nigeria, and educated at the Universities of Port Harcourt and Ilorin, where he took degrees in English Language and Literature. He was until recently on the Editorial Board of The Independent (www.independentngonline.com), a national newspaper published in Lagos, where he also wrote a highly regarded column (SCRUPLES) for the paper. Email:  scruples2006@yahoo.com. See Also:  www.ugochukwu.blog.com



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    Emeka Onuorah, PhD, USA Says:

    Mr. Ejinkeonye,
    I stumbled on your website and very plesed with your insights about my fatherland. Keep up the good work. Good writing style!

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    Nwaji, Ugoh Wajini Says:

    Like the last persons comment, i stumbled upon your blog and wondered if fthis is not the Ugochukwu Ejinkonye I sed to know. This is very elating and you know what? after i read some of your article I could’nt help but begin to feel the impact your artcles must be making not just in Lagos but Nigeria at large. And i wonder why i havent come across you on the back of the papers before now.
    I wish you strength and hope we meet one of these days.

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    Ortese Jude Ortese Says:

    my research on The Nigerian Opinion as regards the Immunity Clause drove me into your website and after going through your incisive menu, I am delighted to remark that you are actually a gadfly for the Nigerian unconscious minds. pls keep it up.

  4. Nice blog, more ink to your pen!

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    Pomise Nwagu Says:

    I stumbled accross your website while searching for the cost of cows in in Nigeria. Gladly, your article about a certain man jailed for stealing a cow answered my quest. Interesting article indeed!
    Thank you and all the best!

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    usman mamman(frcs) Says:

    Dear Ugochuku,
    I almost dismissed your latest article abouth the state of Nigeria as one of those rantings that we heard so many times but your last paragraph saved the entire article.
    We in Nigeria and indeed Africa have had several changes of leadership and remained behind China,India etc and therefore it is no longer the issue of just leadership. Many Nigerian intellectuals including myself now believe GOOD PEEOPLE produce GOOD LEADERS and BAD PEOPLE PRODUCE BAD LEADERS and therefore the debate now has to shift to the people if we must make a change in our situation and we have to.

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    dear sir.,
    Greetings.I read your article about the rate of progress on services at
    the festac passport office Lagos. I am highly impressed and would like to have you phone number so that I can speak to you one-on-one.

    Vincent Umejiego.
    313 646 0131 cell or 1313 865 0749-home

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