Dike Chukwumerije Biography, Lifestyle, Books, Poets, Speech and Tedx.

The name Dike Chukwumerije came to the world’s lime light on the 30th of September 2016.
Why was that year special for him? That was when Dike Chukwumerije had his very first stage poetry work presented in FCT Abuja, Nigeria.
This article your reading highlights the full information about Dike Chukwumerije biography, his lifestyle as a young man, his educational background, his poets and stage works, his Tedx speeches, his books and publications and among many others.
The Biography and Lifestyle of Dike Chukwumerije

He had lot of inspiration around him as a young boy while growing up. His elder brother Che Chukwumerije was an avid poet and musician. Also, his childhood friend, Onesi Dominic was a writer and poet.

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He was also influenced mentally and emotionally by his father Uche Chukwumerije who published a renowned pan-africanist magazine called the “Afriscope” during the period of 1970s into the early 1980s.
Mrs Nwoyibo Iweka, Dike Chukwumerije mother was a gifted and natural storyteller, writter and speaker who helped him see reality in every day senerio. Certainly, he had lot of motivation around him.
Dike Chukwumerije Education and Childhood

Dike Chukwumerije was born in western Lagos State, Nigeria. Growing up in this is African busiest and most populated city, here he had his primary and secondary education as a young man.

After his secondary education in Lagos State, Nigeria. He moved north to FCT Abuja, The country’s capital and began to study Law at the University of Abuja.

After his tertiary education, he moved to London and obtained a master degree in Law and Development from SOAS, University of London.
Dike Chukwumerije Speech, Poet and Tedx

He is Nigeria’s most prolific Performance Poet with great successful Poetry videos successfully staged seven times – in Abuja, Lagos, Enugu, Benin and Ile-Ife.
At a TEDx Maitama gathering of the 23rd Nigeria Economic Summit in October 2017, Dike’s rendition of his poem, “The Wall and The Bridge” attracted widespread public attention to his proclamation of the need for a national re-modelling and a re-awakening of social aleartness.

At a public seminar on May 1, 2018, Nigeria’s Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo read aloud Dike Chukwumerije poem which was tittled “The Revolution has no Tribe”. This increased his publicity.

Dike Chukwumerije, reminds all in his stern and consise poem that Revolution has no tribe, and that is our mission as Nigerians no matter our tribe, culture or religious background. Everyone is definitely bonded together in union. What hurts one hurts all.

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