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Walter Ude
On the topic of Kainene, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie had more to say: “When I was writing , I heard of a woman who lost her son during the civil war. She didn’t know whether he was dead or alive, and she kept searching for him up until the 1980s...
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Walter Ude Sep 24
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...Someone would tell her that they saw him in Arochukwu, and she would pick up and go to Arochukwu to find him. That is a terrible kind of loss."
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Walter Ude Sep 24
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And then with a devilish smirk, Chimamanda added, “So I said to myself, if people experience this kind of uncertain loss in real life, then I will make you people experience it as well.”
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Walter Ude Sep 24
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So there, my people. If you didn’t get closure from Kainene’s disappearance, know that it was intended. 😃😆
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