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John Amaechi: The Man Whose Word is Worth $17 Million

Not many men in the world today can be adjudged to have as strong a willpower as John Uzoma Amaechi. During his illustrious career as a professional basketball player, Amaechi is well remembered for turning down a $17 million contract offer from the Los Angeles Lakers in 2000, opting to remain in Orlando for $600,000 per year. Later, in a radio interview, when asked why he turned down $17 million offer, his answer was that Orlando had signed him in 1999 when no other team would.

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Remembering Achebe the Literary Legend

In 2006, a delegate from Japan at a conference in Germany asked a Nigerian delegate upon introduction: “Have you read ‘Things Fall Apart’ by Chinua Achebe?” The Nigerian delegate explains to Africhroyale that he was stunned to hear such a question from a Japanese. But that is an inkling of how far and wide Chinua Achebe’s literary works have impacted the world.

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Life and Times of Zimbabwean Businessman, Ginimbi

Genius Kadungure aka Ginimbi Ginimbi was born on October 10, 1984 into a family of four in the region of Dombosheva. Ginimbi was an alumnus of the Great Zimbabwe University with a Masters of Business Administration.
His venture into business began at an early age where he got involved in the sale of gas and fuel after a friend referred him to other clients. He was reported to have been one of the earliest re-sellers of LP Gas in Zimbabwe.
Ginimbi displayed entrepreneurial skill as a young boy in the buying and selling of Muriwo – a green leafy vegetable rich in Iron and Folate and considered one of the traditional dishes in Harare.

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New Jersey born English teacher and entrepreneur, Mesha Rookard, publishes book about growing up in an alcoholic home and “on the wrong side of the redline” in hard-hitting memoir “Inhale, Exhale, Repeat: A Raw Memoir of One Woman’s Journey To Self-Discovery”

A successful English teacher who has travelled the world educating the next generation and has carved out a name as a business owner and real estate investor has released a memoir unravelling the gritty truths of her childhood, in the Jersey inner city, in a memoir that is already making waves in a year when Black voices are being used heard.

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