Mar. 2017. Chika Ezeanya. Balancing the Scales. ChinAfrica Magazine https://www.pressreader.com/china/chinafrica/20170301/281745564210693
Feb. 2017. Chika Ezeanya. ‘Recognizing Africa.’ ChinAfrica Magazine http://www.chinafrica.cn/Africa/201702/t20170220_800087752.html
Nov. 2016. Chika Ezeanya. ‘Ade Olufeko and the Resurrection of Cheikh Anta Diop.’ Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice – Pambazuka News 800 (5) 6. https://www.pambazuka.org/arts/ad%C3%A9-olufeko-and-resurrection-cheik-anta-diop
Nov. 2015. Chika Ezeanya. ‘Rwanda and Women Economic Empowerment : Lessons for Africa.’ Published in German by Inkota Netzwerk. Sie sind hier: Material >Südlink (INKOTABrief) >174 – http://www.inkota.de/material/suedlink-inkota-brief/174-lgbtiq/
Aug. 2015 Chika Ezeanya ‘Redefining the ‘Sustainability’ in the SDGs towards Sub-Saharan Africa’s Advancement.’ Published in Germany by Inkota Netzwerk.http://www.inkota.de/material/suedlink-inkota-brief/173-ressourcengerechtigkeit/
May 2015 Chika Ezeanya. ‘Mozambique at Forty: In Search of a Cultural Pathway toAdvancement.’ Published in German by Inkota Netzwerk. Sie sind hier:Material >Südlink (INKOTA-Brief) > http://www.inkota.de/material/suedlink-inkotabrief/172-mosambik/
Jan. 2015 Chika Ezeanya. ‘In Search Creativity and Innovation in Africa.’ Published in German by Inkota Netzwerk. Sie sind hier: Material >Südlink (INKOTA-Brief) >http://www.inkota.de/material/suedlink-inkota-brief/171-im-griff-der-agrarkonzerne/
Sep. 2014 Chika Ezeanya. Traditional Farming Practices for Enhanced Food Security. Muslim Science. http://muslim-science.com/traditional-farming-practices-enhanced-food-security/
Dec. 2013 Chika Ezeanya. Blueprint for Privatization of Nigeria’s Refineries. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 661, Pambazuka News http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/comment/90218/print
Feb. 2013 Chika Ezeanya. After 2015, then what? Africa in a post-MDGs Era. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 621, Pambazuka News http://pambazuka.org/en/category/comment/86585
Jan. 2013 In Search of Independence for Africa’s Coastal Waters. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 614. Pambazuka News http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/features/86047
Sep. 2012 Colonialism, Corruption and the Future. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 597. Pambazuka News http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/84048
July 2012 The Real Tasks Ahead for Dlamini-Zuma. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 595 . Pambazuka News http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/83921
May 2012 The Collapse of the Euro; the Fall of the CFA. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 584. Pambazuka News http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/82022
May 2012 Rwanda: 18 Years After. Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 583. Pambazuka News – http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/81816
Jan 2012 Tragedy of the New African Union Headquarters: Pan African Voices for Freedom and Justice, Issue 567. Pambazuka News http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/features/79400
18 years after that Day, tears of joy, like cow’s urine, spurted from my eyes. Imbabazi. Forgiveness. The word that started the journey to today. Mbabazi. The name we will give our first child. Whether boy or girl, Bizimana and I know that the first fruit of our love will be called Mbabazi. The singularity of events that brought us together demands nothing short of an uncommon response. 18 years ago, nobody would have thought or imagined that a day like this would be possible. I stared at Bizimana my beloved, and the tears flowed even more.
The year was 1914. The Honorable Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, 1st Baron of Abinger in the County of Surrey, British Soldier, explorer of Africa, able colonial administrator whose present duty was to hold fort for His Majesty King George V, in the part of Africa known as the British Protectorate on the Niger River, sat at his desk in a most gloomy mood. He pulled his long curvy mustache, adjusted the collars of his well-starched and ironed jacket as he affectionately fingered the button of his medal honor. Where was he going to start? This assignment was so completely new to him. In fact it was out rightly difficult, if not impossible. Lord Lugard pondered on these thoughts as sweat drizzled on his forehead.
My heart sank deep inside the bottomless pit as I helplessly watched the specimen in front of me. “Haipy Baidaay Mine Loves” was slobbered – in an ill-fitting combination of pink, green, blue, brown and other dirty looking icing colours – on the slanting square-shaped thing labeled a cake.