If there’s a lady highly recommended, it will be Chimamanda Adichie, poised and collected, sound and open to learning, Chimamanda takes in flaws and shares her opinion with people.
This is the kind of woman who is an opinionist, a sound opinionist that talks with dignity and worth admiration.
This is who Chimamanda is, a voracious reader, speaker, and wordsmith, rendering her writing with the beauty of words.
Chimamanda is a Nigerian Writer, a word goddess, an activist, a storyteller, and way more than a general writer.
Early 1977, Chimamanda was born into the family of Ngozi Adichie on 15 September 1997, Enugu State.
Chimamanda’s early life started when moved with her parents to Nsukka Nigeria with her six other siblings. They are six in number, and she is the fifth child. She studied Medicine and Pharmacy there before her educational background transcended her to the U.S. to study communication and political science at Eastern Connecticut State University.
Another novel that brought her into lamplight was Purple Hibiscus, published in 2003 and was set in the political turmoil of the 1990s in Nigeria. The story in this book is from the perspective of 15-year-old Kambili Achike.
Chimamanda has won many medals that have grounded her as a prolific writer and storyteller.
The story behind Chimamanda’s success is not artificial, neither is it luxury. The fact that happy ending stories are shared doesn’t mean that they were written.
There are so many mysteries behind Chimamanda’s success. In one of her book ‘Feminist’ Chimamanda had naysayers who misunderstood what she meant by feminism or the process of teaching your girl child the act of what feminism was all about.
All these false comments and discouragement still did not weigh a beautiful writer down. When she started writing her first novel, she was a student. Her first novel was Purple Hibiscus, and it won her an award.
There’s a dream yet to be told, not just a dream, but a reality and ideal dream that if worked towards, can be achieved. Every dream is achievable if the mind and body co-create.
There are teenagers, people of young age, full of aspirations and dreams yet not ready to fulfill them. If Chimamanda can conquer, then there’s no limitation to what the young ones can do.
It is a privilege that Chimamanda tells her story in an inspirational way, let it sink then, let it be idolized, let it be seen, and let it be worth keeping.
If your dreams are too big to achieve, then create big territory to accommodate them, for big dreams attract big stories. Let your dream come true through the inspiring stories of the beautiful writer and warlord, Chimamanda Adichie.