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One of the joys of not being a Nigerian big man is driving my 14-year-old son, Ogonna Nwokem, to and from school. It is a particular bonding time for us, away from everyone else. We talk about what he is looking forward to on the way in. On the way back, we review what happened at school. It has become an essential ritual with numerous opportunities for teaching moments.

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Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo is the author of "This American Life Sef."

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