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Re: looking for my father
Posted by: Uju (A Naija woman) (ID *****2223) Date: January 25, 2008 at 08:45:10
In Reply to: looking for my father by Roger Bony Chukwelkere of 197

I believe I've got your man!
Looked at last name, realized you were spelling it incorrectly, it should be Chukwukere
Bony or Boni would be short for Boniface
Did a search on google for Boniface Chukwukere and found him, he was a prof in Ghana in the early 1970s and studied in the UK in the 60s.
His full name is Boniface Ibe Chukwukere, he has a lot of published writings in Sociology, you can also search for him as BI Chukwukere or B Ibe Chukwukere
I went to zaba search and did a search on chuwukere and found 40 listings, you can call the #s since you are in the US and they are bound to be your relatives, Chukwukere isnt a common Igbo name.
I found BI Chukwukere listed there but this is from 2001 so not sure if he's still around, the address was located with a medial center in west virginia, so maybe he was there sick
. It has his dob as being 1936 so he should be about 71.

I'd love to know if you are able to track him or his family down, pls feel free to contact me at
docwealth (at)
replace the (at) with @ and no spaces, put that way to eliminate spam

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