Storyteller “Many Nigerians are born doctors, they push and touch here and there and before you know it, the baby was born. The same thing when a person is fainting, we don’t wait to call anyone, people present do what they can to save the person right there and then.” Nigerians magically, and unexpectedly come to support you when the need arises and stand by you until the end.It is in moments like this you see the beauty and uniqueness of Nigerians.Indeed, there is no way we can be human…
“The government should allow the kings to work with them in the governing the countries – If we come together it becomes easy because the kingship are hereditary, the government operates at a tenure by political appointment
“It is time for the west to turn its gaze away from African bodies and focus on its own declining fertility and increasing COVID cases.
“Nigeria has all it takes to become the greatest nation in Africa and it behooves both Diaspora Nigerians and the few conscientious ones left in the country to begin to merge to chase away these unproductive stooges destroying their country.
“The work they started is now being perfected by Pentecostal superstition and uneducated zeal, Away from disputable history, I daresay that no ancestral curse is plaguing any part of Africa
“A man would cheat but still love and respect his wife, but the opposite is true with cheating women Once your wife starts sleeping with other men/man, just know that your death is near.
We were never brought together to be this hating of one another in the name of religion, tribe or ethnic rather we were come together to represent the African pride of people of colour all over the world
“Don’t be deceived, if you are ever going to come out successful in life, you must get trained for it. Don’t be delusional about life. Stop going about praying and hoping for success.
“In recent times this cultural celebration has began to attract national and international attention. It is surely a cultural celebration everyone should experience both Igbos and non-Igbos.
Gbogi Emmanuel Foundation has been in the fore run of community development activities including donating books and other learning materials to school children in the community.