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Chinedu Vincent Okoro
Nacionalidad:
Nigeria
E-mail:
ochineduvincent@gmail.com
Biografia

Chinedu Vincent Okoro 

Consul in Abia State, Nigeria

Chinedu Vincent Okoro is a Nigerian writer, teacher and Political activist.

He obtained his Nigerian Certificate in Education (N.C.E) in Political Science and Social Studies and B.Ed in Educational Management and Political Science from Institute of Ecumenical Education Enugu and Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) respectively. He is currently the PRO, Abia State Chapter of Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) and a member of Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN).

 

1) OH MY AFRICA!

 

Oh my Africa, you are gold!

Your baptismal name is blessed!

I have seen why colonialism

refused to bid bye to you

 

Termites are surplus in your land.

Your endowments have refused to dry;

despite the struggle of selfish oracles

to tap you dry.

 

A once called ape who poured love on

His colour:

An ape who gives fresh air to aliens;

An ape who has inks his name in all

the continents of the universe;

An ape whose voice lights the earth.

 

Most ape callers darken and are still

darkening their soul;

for they want to be you.

I’m lucky to be in you my Africa!

 

2) FREEDOM GONG

(Dedicated to all freedom fighters in the world)

 

I rather be devoured; and

my flesh and blood fed to

the birds of the earth, than

I lick your smelly excreta.

 

I don't care if my eyes are

plucked from their sockets

and gifted to the olm in

River Nile than I watch you

rape me for my communal

heritage.

 

You can stab me in the

stomach than my holy lips

sing an ode to an inept soul

like you.

 

You can tattoo my face with

the ugliest of paints and colors

just to lull aliens to your corner.

I dare not be cooked in your pot

of lies and deciet.

 

It doesn't matter if my own share

of the national green cake is

denied me, for I can't afford to wait

for my ladder to the mountain of

gold and silver burn to ashes.

 

3) RAPED LAW IN GREEN LAND

 

I breezed into the chamber

Of a supergiant but

Was taken aback at the discovery

That a dwarf beats him up.

 

It sounds sympathetic

That he is an advocate of justice

But in his chamber the have

Strangles the have not.

 

He is exalted as an impartial oracle

But enjoys an unholy romance

With partiality

In his chamber.

 

Not minding his war

Against shady business,

Corrupt gerontocrats dine him

In his chamber.

 

I thought he was born blind

But hard currencies spat his

Eyes and sight came upon.

 

He only eats cold soul

He combats the disable

He maneuvers the ignoramus

He chastises the animals he despises.

 

© Chinedu Vincent Okoro

 

 

Thank you!

 

 

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