Nigerian born Darlington Chukwunyere is a thespian of Unizik Theatre, a screenwriter, a poet, and a self-published author. He co-wrote Gold Dust Ikenga which premiered in London in 2017 by Silver Achugamonye’s UK-based Silver-Globe Sines.
In 2016, Darlington managed a USAID Civic Engagement and Good Governance Advocacy Project in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. By the end of his contract in 2017, he returned to writing as his full time career.
What's the story behind your latest book?
Many failed marriages around here... recently I was affected, a close relative, and then I started digging, I found that many married people get into trouble while doing the wrong things for the right reasons... you know.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
The world has got to hear my voice; have you any idea what it means to be a Nigerian writer?
Michael Nwanguma would never compromise on good moral principles until he comes face to face with a rare opportunity. All he wants now is to step out of average living and cement his liberation from poverty. He wouldn't mind 'cheating' a little, or as long it takes to secure the comfort of his family.