Chukwudi Eze, an architect, graduated with triple honours and a Phi-Beta-Kappa from Vassar College, received the William Kinne Award during his Master's degree at Columbia University in New York and studied Creative Writing at the University of Toronto. He is the designer of Africa's first Presidential Library in Abeokuta and a design member for the Enyimba Economic City in Abia State, among other distinguished works. He won the 1993 African Guardian Magazine's International Essay Competition: To Make Nigeria Safe For Democracy and won the Nigerian Youth Service Corps' Merit Award. Eze is a frequent Op-Ed contributor to Nigeria's major Newspapers and a time member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies. He is a member of the Canadian Authors Association, the Association of Nigerian Authors and sits on the Advisory Board of the Abuja Literary Society. He is the author of five books: The Positive Dream Actualizer, 1996; Yes Lord, 2002; Uchechi - The Triumph of Love, 2011; Leadership Stories of Mother Hen, 2006 and expanded edition, 2012; The Return of Half-Something, 2018. His children are in diverse fields as medicine, pharmacy, law and engineering.
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