Samuel Azubuike Udekwe

UDEKWE Samuel Azubuike is an African son of the soil, a creative writer. An indigenous person of Umu-Ikwu Anam, in Anambra West Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. He delights so much in using ink and paper as a medium of contributing his quota to the mental maturity of humanity. He is currently living at Onitsha in Anambra State, Nigeria. His hobbies range from writing to designing. He is also interested in education. He advanced his intellectual prowess in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka: In Educational Political Science. In the year 2016, he received an Evangelism training Award from Bold Christian University, USA. From July 2017 to December 2020, he served as an Ambassador that represented United States of America in Nigerian Model United Nations Society (NigMUS) at Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe (NOCEN). In 2018/2019 academic session, he served as a facilitator in Peaceland College of Education, Enugu (Ananbra/Nsugbe Center). Samuel Azubuike have written numerous articles to his credit, both published and unpublished ones which includes but not limited to: The Unique Eunice (33 Things Every Child Should Know and Do) which was officially lunched on first day of January, 2020. Other published and unpublished works: The Weapons of Every Smart Lady, Turning your rejections into resources, The Golden Dream, Behind Every Great Man, How Bad I Want It, Multiple Questions That Defines a Man, The Expensive Experience, The Awkward Option, A step off Comfort, The Challenge, The Most Unfortunate Man, Mastering The Masters' Mistakes, The Mass Madness, What Makes a Man to Live Forever, The Decision That Moves God, Gasping for Grace, No Child Is An Illiterate, Samuel also co-authored "Beyond the Sweet Beginning" with an award winning poet, Adaobi B. Ndeanekwute, his younger colleague and a partner in writing. CAREER OBJECTIVE: Contributing his own quota to the development and advancement of any social system he found himself is usually his primary concern. It has being his ultimate desire to be the positive change that his environment and it environed want to see. Samuel's quote: "Not until a generation is mentally empowered, there is no hope for better today and brighter tommorow." His heros/heroines/influencers: Martin Luther King (Jr), Nelson M. Mandala, Prof. PLO Lumumba, Plato, Kathryn Kuhlman, John Knox, Myles Munroe.

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