Igbo lærere og undervisere
ChimaUgokwe is a Nigerian writer. He taught in various schools in Nigeria and abroad. He is the author of the award-winning Igbo novel Iwe Nwanne Anaghi Eru n’Ọkpụkpụ, which won the ANA/ZIK Prize for Indigenous Literature and Folded Into Silence which won the Wordinaction International Prize for Drama, England. The 2015 Commonwealth Youth Fellow, he has won numerous awards in writing including Princess Hastrup Prize for The Best Researched Work, Nigeria 50 Stars @ 50 Award for Nigeria’s Golden Jubilee Anniversary; Rotary Club India Award for Excellence in Writing; 2010 Commonwealth Club London Award For Young Writers Achievers For The Nigeria’s Golden Jubilee; Pendlewar Poetry Writing Competitions, England and INDIAFRICA Awards. Described as 'Most Awarded Young African Writer' by Talbus Literary Magazine for winning over 36 awards before he turned 30, he is a recipient of the 2011 Ebedi Writer’s Fellow and 2018 Spanish Language Ambassador. He lives and work in Nigeria.