Miracle Amaka Nwokedi
Omnivert. Discreet. One-woman chariot of contingencies. She writes because life abounds in stories begging to be told.
When I brought Nwanyioma, a medical doctor from a neighbouring clan, Mama saw her and twisted her nose in disgust. “This one cannot be wifed.” She said, rising from her cane chair and starting to nowhere. “What now?” I asked. “She’s unfit considering her family where daughters are promiscuous and cannot be tamed.”