Award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has reminisced on her late mother, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
She shared a post of her mother in the company of other societal women who were amazed by her presence.
The writer said it was the last moment she spent with her late mother, stating she is still traumatized by her absence.
She said: “Very good things are meaningful to me as the goodwill of women of my beloved village.
“December, 2020 the church bazzar in Abba. One of the last public events I went to with my mother.
“So often, I am still astonished at the unbearable reality of her permanent absence.
“For anyone who is having a dark day, a sad day as I am.
‘Jisike’ as my people say.
‘Hang in there’ as the Americans say
“It will pass.”