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All idiots are morons, but not all morons are idiots. Over the last four years, I have done a sizable amount of work on not just Boko Haram but also the Chibok girls, killings, abductions and Nigeria’s conflict torn Northwest… Read More ›
The president of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki appears unhappy over the constant feud and friction between the arm of government he leads and the Presidency. Under the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency, the executive and the National Assembly have disagreed over… Read More ›
Mr. Tortoise was going on a journey, his wife asked him when he would come back; he replied he would not come back until he has been disgraced.
Looting in Nigeria is like a baton in a relay race, passed on from government to government; even when one government tries to paint the other black, they all end up being soiled. That seems a plausible explanation in the… Read More ›
It was after a tense weekend, every Nigerian and partly the world held her breath…Nigerians watched with berthed breath…there were an array of countless actors, stars, and villains, and after all said and done, the General Elections of 2015 in… Read More ›
It is easier to wake a man sleeping than a man pretending to be asleep…the words of our elders though these days they do not count that much.
“I am not upset, I am not upset!” Yet a grown man swears angrily six times because of last night’s pounded yam.
‘Boju boju, akara nbo, she kin shi’ meaning the masquerade is coming with a (Bean ball) delicacy, do I open it.
At the foundation laying ceremony of the Editors’ Plaza last week, Thursday, March 1, 2018, in Abuja, some weird truths emerged. The minister of information, Lai Muhammed and Senate minority leader, Godswill Akpabio, who served as chairman of the event… Read More ›
“No truth can cure the sorrow we feel from losing a loved one. No truth, no sincerity, no strength, no kindness can cure that sorrow. All we can do is see it through to the end and learn something from… Read More ›
A family in Nigeria was puzzled when the coffin of their dead mother arrived from U.S.A sent by their sister. The tiny corpse was so tightly squeezed inside the coffin that their mothers face was practically touching the glass cover.