IQUO EKE: PERSONAL NOTES AND THOUGHTS by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

Thoughts on Iquo Eke, our own distinguished interviewee of this week! Please, read and let’s hear your thoughts.

Su'eddie in Life n' Literature

‘Say my name?’

And the refrain goes on and on as you are sweetly drawn either by the sweet smiles or the sonorous sounds pouring from the lips of the artist…

Iquo Iquo

Then, you either hear the answer said by an accompanying artiste or the lady herself: ‘DianaAbasi’… You must have heard her perform or perhaps, read her book? You haven’t? But you know Iquo na… Of course, you do.

Iquo DianaAbasi Eke is a poet, fiction writer, performer and mother whose presence fills a place with warmth that can easily leave you marveled. She has the face of a friend who you think you must have seen before. I was fooled once. Seeing her for the first time, I searched the catacombs of my mind, through the maze of a million memories seeking where I had lost the knowledge of this one… When later, we spoke and she mentioned…

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