Interview with Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha


Welcome to my first of a (hopefully) monthly, interview series, with inspirational and talented writers in the blogging community.

I’m pleased to share with you this week an interview withJacqueline Oby – Ikocha of A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales.Please visit this link to read her fantastic blog:

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“Personality wise, I would describe myself as a simple, deep-thinking, friendly, inquisitive, and vivacious human with multiple layers which baffle me at certain times” – Jacqueline Oby- Ikocha

1. Please Tell Us About Yourself.

My name is Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha. I’m a Nigerian born, Dubai (UAE) resident, of Igbo heritage. The Igbo’s are a hardworking, industrious, nomadic and proud tribe of Nigeria whom can be found in almost every nook and cranny of the world, even in places that you would least expect to find them. We strive to thrive wherever we are found.


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He So Said

This is always relevant

Of Body, Of Mind, Of Soul


I have a Dream was so said

Words from his heart better future ahead

He had a vision of new day

No hatred, harmony the way

People, no difference color of face

Respected, equal, one family, one race

With strength of character he gave hope

With bravery, courage to others he spoke

Injustice never more a concern

Always a lesson to embrace and learn

Dream lives on in heart and mind

Reminder of the way we continue to find

Touched by the man we all proclaim

In remembrance to Martin Luther King

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