We are torn apart by ethnicoreligious bigotry, which is why we will remain that dark continent we are known to be.
Afam recounts his deadly ordeal, which endangered his life and that of his loved ones.
He wondered how we are one when ethnicoreligious affiliation comes first before nationalism
About the Author
Born Chibuike Isaac Uchenna on 19th July 1995, but goes by the pen name Ephraim Michael. Is a native of Elughu-Nkporo, Ohafia LGA, Abia State, Nigeria. Schooled at Sancta Maria Onitsha, Christ The King College Onitsha, Providence Academy Aba, Transparency Academy Aba. An online/international student of Saylor Academy, United States, studying Political Science & History