Who is Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu

Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu is a husband, father, poet, realtor, entrepreneur and an ex-banker. He is a native of Ojoto, Idemili South Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. A nephew of the late legendary poet Christopher Ifekandu Okigbo. Ifeanyichukwu expresses his view of life through his poems and derives so much inspiration from Christopher Okigbo, late Nobel Laurette, Nelly Sachs amongst others. He is a graduate of University of Jos with B.A. English and University of Calabar with PGD (Management) and MBA, respectively. ...
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Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu Poems

  • Jailed In An Uncompleted Building
    Hunger pangs shoving us,
    Screaming jail: bandists' verdict.
    They have stolen our bail bonds;
    Same politicians! ...
  • Song Of A Fist
    Tatata! Tototo! Tuftuftuf!
    Ducking and scampering
    not a war zone but war of protest
    fisty arms speaking out. ...
  • Voices In Clenched Fists
    voice of youths have gone global. in clenched fists.

    drama at depth of brutality. you thought
    you can fool them for ages. but ...
  • Audio Rock
    O the rock!
    On the beggared habitation
    Where our destinies drift like smoke
    Journey in empty promises ...
  • Lamentations @ 60 (nigeria We Hail Thee)
    What manner of child?
    still born?
    Three score years since that birth,
    suckling flattened tithers, ...
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Tomorrow 4 Morning 4 Country 4 Grave 3 Nation 3 Long 3 Abundance 2 Guilty 2 Body 2 Independence 2


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