Lawrence Onuzulike, musically known as Lurrenz, is a writer, musician, actor, humanitarian, and an activist who’s fiercely against wars and discrimination against women. He is a devoted campaigner who champions the cause for better lives for African Kids through his Children Africa Foundation.
Onuzulike is the author of Know Your Nollywood (2012), Lawrence Onuzulike – Until now (2009), and Chike Ezigbo – Living and Dying in Agony (2007).
He is also the founder and publisher of Nollywoodgossip, a popular celebrity gossip magazine. He also founded Nollywoodgossip Cares (NG Cares), a Non-Governmental organization which partners with other organizations to create and fund humanitarian projects.
His music albums include “I” (2004), Still Single and Rich (2007) and “I Am The Lurrenz” (2010).
Doing charity works has seen Onuzulike travel far and wide across the globe, and that includes working closely with late Mother Theresa at the missionary of Charity, Calcutta, India, between 1996 and 1997.
Born Lawrence Rapuluchukwu Onuzulike on the December 28th 1977, he grew up a very intelligent kid. He attended All Saints Primary School (formerly known as Premier Primary School) Onitsha, Apata Memorial High School, Lagos, Komvux Utbildning, Sweden, The Writers Bureau, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Lawrence Onuzulike started writing at an early age. Over the years he has penned numerous groundbreaking articles and made powerful enemies due to his unflinching stance on the truth and his fearless manner of painting it as it is.
Know Your Nollywood is a leisure book which contains fun games and trivia on the Nigerian movie industry. The main purpose of the book is to get people to be more informed about Nollywood while at the same time having fun. It’s the kind of book you pick up when you want to rest. It is fun and a must-have for lovers of Nigerian movies worldwide.
Lawrence Onuzulike - Until Now, which has been described as a thought provoking book with amazing revelations, is a compilation of some of the articles written by him in the past ten years.
You have to read the book ...to read it.
Chike Ezeigbo - Living and Dying in Agony
In this true life story, Lawrence Onuzulike brings you a sad report that touches the heart and at the same time raises the question of how far parents can go in disciplining their kids. It’s a disturbing tale of torture, maltreatment, humiliation, incarceration, and finally, death.