“It is 9 o’clock, do you know where your children are?” Frank Olizeh, popular retired NTA anchorman. Advertisements
By now, no one should be under the illusion that the political class is working for the generality of the people. Unlike Abraham Lincoln’s definition of democracy as “government of the people, by the people and for the people”, ours… Read More ›
Only a few years ago Tube travelers were stuck underground after a power cut hit London.
You don’t ask a toad to give you a chair. You can vividly see it’s squatting. To say that Nigerians are easily excitable people is stating the very obvious and indeed our political players do not spare any effort in… Read More ›
While seeking virement in a letter addressed to the Senate President Bukola Saraki last week, President Muhammadu Buhari proposed a mind-boggling amount of N242 billion for the 2019 election on the basis of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)’s submission…. Read More ›
See them fighting for power (ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh-wa!) But they know not the hour (ooh-wee, ooh-wee, ooh-wa!) So they bribing with their guns, spare parts and money
The leper said two things, one of them being a lie; he said after he had struck his child with his palm, he also pinched him severely with his fingernails.
If the educated citizen does not defend the pursuit of learning, it will not be defended at all. For there will always be those who scoff at intellectuals, who cry out against research, who seek to limit our educational system…. Read More ›
Within a span of six months — between November last year and April this year — I travelled to Jos twice. First, I was a participant at the Policy Strategy and Leadership Course (PSLC) of the Nigeria Institute for Policy… Read More ›
Curtains Raised… Girls with skimpy skirts dancing with the mammalians dangling to the rhythm but their faces bore no radiance.
Herdsman Versus Farmer: Some Tangible Lessons From ‘‘Frame-Ups’’ For The Caricature Fight Of The Titans, By Kelechi Abonuyo
A playful grand-uncle of mine, while alive, earned a reputable alias from his popular aphorism. He was fond of singing to children, ‘‘Where he-goat wrestled, grasses do not grow there.’’
The policemen did not attack the robbers People: No mind dem The policemen attacked the robbers People: Dem just wan kill themselves.