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August 15, 2018

Ibeme-Mbano gets another Priest – Rev. Fr. Innocent Eziefule

St Ita’s Parish Ibeme-Isiala Mbano, Sunday 23rd June 2013, hosted yet another of her own, Rev. Fr. Innocent Ugochukwu Eziefule on the occasion of his first Holy Mass, having been ordained Catholic Priest on 8th June 2013 by Most. Rev. Michael D. Pfeifer (O.M.I) Bishop of San Angelo Texas USA. Introducing the Mass, the Parish Vicar Very. Rev. Fr. Felix Okonkwo declared the day blessed as their newly ordained son was fully loaded with fresh  anointing to bless his people in his first holy Mass and thanked an indigenous priests of Ibeme working in the USA, Fr. Romanus Akamike for…

ACHEBE AND THE INVENTION OF AFRICAN LITERATURE (1)

came strong on the world stage with the publication of his first novel, Things Fall Apart. It is a work widely considered to have defined African literature and brought balance to world literature. This is despite the fact that there were other pioneering efforts regarding African prose by African indigenous writers. By 1933 Omenụkọ by Pita Nwana had been published, followed by the Onitsha Market Literature through which Cyprian Ekwensi published pamphlet stories like Ikolo the Wrestler and Other Ibo Tales (1947) and When Love Whispers (1948). These were before Amos Tutuola’s The Palm-Wine Drinkard (1952), which many regard as…