“What makes your club so distinct that you believe it will benefit me?”

He told her. He knew he had failed, persuading her, not for any other reason than the fact that he was not Uncle Maduka. Whenever Maduka wanted to persuade his father, he succeeded; he knew enough Igbo proverbs, enough Nigerian Pidgin to influence people. However, Azu’s own parents had forbade him from learning his native language and they always derided him when he spoke Pidgin in their presence so he grew with the hate home implanted—a hate he now, absent of home, scrapped off of himself

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