ỤMỤ ANỊ - A.A Chukwuka ( The Book )
An excerpt from a highly intellectual thoughts collection on the Igbo cultural evolution, a MUST READ.
Enugwu seemed to do nothing else but evolve. The streets, especially at the centre, were constantly being reinvented in look, style and character. Ezeidemili craned his neck at the tall structures around him, most carrying the trademark of a major financial institution; he peered hard into the distance, trying to make out the ANI Central Bank without needing to alter his course but he could only catch a glimpse of one of the Leopards on its Coat of Arms.
Following the withdrawal of ANI from the Nigerian Federation, the Amaichie had ramped up preparations to shield the economy against the shock waves that were certain to hit when fossil fuels became obsolete as a major energy driver. Ọdinaala had branded oil a, literally, ‘fossil economy’; the party insisted that ANI had to invest in other, cleaner and renewable sources of energy. Ezeidemili still remembered the debates at the time in the Ụlọ Amaichie and when the changes started to show. He was now walking past one of the signs of those changes; to his right stood the distinctive head office of Ogemdị Solar Technologies which powered most of the ANI Central Region.
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