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Today their marriage is on the rocks and with divorce proceedings already on way, one is left to rue the manner parents these days capitulate to the headstrongness
of their obstinate children.
"That said, my headstrongness
served me well, and by the time I was 18, through sheer determination, I'd managed to star in a BBC2 drama called Glitter alongside Phil Daniels.
Even as Echeruo would acknowledge, these two qualities of overt ambition and headstrongness
have been the source, not only of Igbo strength but also of its "disaster."