01 Dec 22

Jane Ibeh

The businesswoman believes nothing can be compared to spending Christmas in Africa.

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Image courtesy of Nonye Abeke Okonkwo.
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Darlington

Nothing beats Xmas in the village. I recount way younger. When would accompany our grannies to the farm, participate in the farming activities. What pride it was returning with your produce, which you cultivated yourself, on your head; elegantly displaying it. I remember we (children) each ‘owned’ one farm animal, giving it name and making it our responsibility to feed and care for it. Then the time for this “pet” to die comes. We cast lot whose it is that will pay the price for our festivity. Imagine me devouring a sumptuous lump of goat meat/chicken while crying for its demise.😂😂😂😂😂

Tobi

Christmas in Nigeria has always been a family event. This specific practices accompanying lots of preparations that we follow has always make it unique.I so much love your write-up..That last line a girl has to do what is right now and reap the rewards.♥️♥️♥️

Flourish

Im already scared of the Christmas in UK my dear Nonye.Indeed there's no place like home