The Last Duty By Isidore Okpewho


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Even an infant would have known what the woman had been put through.. that what brought two men to fight with a matchet over a woman was not a decent affair.. that when that woman wept so long and disconsolately on the ground at the feet of her ma. it was not so much from joy of reunion as out of a remembered shame.
inexorably, inevitably, the Nigerian civil war laid its imprint upon the lives of six character-honourable and contemptible guilty and innocent and nothing was ever the same again.

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