James Egbuchulam on NTA Live

Ekwe Mgba – poetry book in Igbo used in tertiary institutions and secondary schools, approved by Ministries of Education in Nigeria.


“makes Igbo language accessible and enjoyable”

Daily Newswatch

“for Igbo language to subsist, …entertaining and expository”

The Guardian

The Chains are Broken

The Chains are Broken

The Chains are Broken

A narrative punctuated with romance and adversities of life. The ruling class were determined to uphold the status quo but the result was a revolution. Nothing would have been more devastating. It was an exodus, a surrender and an intervention.


“a captivating piece of creativity” The Guardian, Monday, August 28, 2006.
“predicts the next revolution in the society.” Western Africa Magazine, London, April 2009 Read more »

A Book of Poems divided in three Sections:
Lamentation, Divinity & Liberation.

“Lamentations on Africa” Daily Sun, Tuesday, July 6, 2004.
“Poetry with Entertainment” Sunday Punch, July 4, 2004.
“Verses of Tenderness and Bitterness” ThisDay Newspapers, July 1, 2004. Read more »

About James Egbuchulam

James Egbuchulam worked at Radio Nigeria for 35 years as a Studio Manager, Announcer, Producer and Marketing Officer. He was Controller Programmes, Controller Marketing, Manager Public Affairs HQ, General Manager Radio Nigeria Heartland FM Owerri. He was also the Pioneer General Manager, Radio Nigeria, Pacessetter FM Umuahia, Abia State. As a poet, writer and novelist, his books have been listed in over 20 websites across the world. He’s a member, Nigerian Institute of Management(Chartered) and other professional bodies as well as a Knight of the Anglican Communion.