Ziri was born during the Nigerian-Biafran war to parents of Igbo origin in today’s south-eastern Nigeria. His parents named him Chikeziri (which literally translates to “God created well”), a prophetic and unique name coined by his father who rejected the more common version “Chikezie” (which more or less was a prayer for God to make good the life of the bearer of the name), because, as he put it, “God has already created him very well.”
"In the beginning was the Word." I write because I MUST and can.
"The ability to speak is a short cut to distinction." The ability to write is a gateway to worlds unknown.
In the recesses of the mind we sojourn through times and places which to the body remain elusive.
"I believed, and therefore have I spoken." I also believe, and therefore write.