Onyeka Nwelue an atheist, tells Mother God bless you
Mr. Onyeka Nwelue, an award winning writer, a film maker, University of Nigeria Nsukka drop out and a visiting professor at Hong Kong University, who does not believe in God, yet he wishes his mother God’s blessings.
He said today, 5th January 2016, on his Facebook wall
“My mother’s birthday is today and my uncle, Sir Bright Nwelue’s. I am wishing them the finest happiness and joy that you can find in this world. May the heavens shower them with love and prosperity.”
Mean while his parents celebrated a wedding anniversary for a generation (30 years) plus 5 years.
Linder Ikeji wrote,
“Award winning writer, Onyeka Nwelue’s mum, Lady Kate Nwelue retired late 2015 as a teacher after 35 years. She also celebrated the 35 year marriage with her husband, Onyeka’s dad, Honourable (Sir) Sam Nwelue on December 27th, 2015 in their village, Ezeoke Nsu in Ehime Mbano, Imo State… aww, see love!”
Big congrats to them!
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Onyeka Nwelue an atheist, tells Mother God bless you- More about Nwelue
Onyeka Nwelue who was born 31st Jan. 1988 is described by Wikipedia as a Nigerian cultural entrepreneur, filmmaker, professor and a writer. Onyeka is best known for his novel “The Abyssinian Boy”, published in 2009, when he was just 21 years old. The novel came second at the Ibrahim Tahir Prize for First Book and won the TM Aluko Prize for Fiction. It later won the Prince Claus Ticket Grant and was also nominated for the Future Awards.
He is currently a visiting lecturer of African studies at the school of Modern Language and Culture in the University of Hong Kong and also an assistant Professor of African Studies at the Instituto d’Amicis in Puebla, Mexico. He is a Visiting Fellow of African Literature and Studies at the University of Manipur in Imphal, India.
He is a very controversial being, the type the world needs at this time mental laziness.
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