I must say something. I must say something. Or else the vast cloud swallows us. I want us to say no or else Ponfa Onyedikachi
I sit in one of the dives On Fifty-second Street Uncertain and afraid As the clever hopes expire Of a low dishonest decade:
With a wry smile, before I delve into this admonition, as I like to refer to my essays as, let me define juju. Juju or ju-ju is a spiritual belief system incorporating objects, such as amulets, and spells used in… Read More ›
When President Muhammadu Buhari signed the 2020 budget into law on December 17, 2019, the frenzy about returning to a January-December budget cycle, which followed, far outweighed the scrutiny that the budget needed to have been subjected to.
Permit me to indulge in this end-of-the-year humbug. I have read some prophecies for the year 2020 by men who arrogate to themselves the title ‘’man of God’’. Well, since I am not born of Satan, I believe I am… Read More ›
By the time many of us would be reading this, essay it would be the last 48 hours of the year 2019 or the first 48 hours of 2020. For me it is not so much about 2020 but about… Read More ›
Malawian President, Joyce Banda, speaking at Mandela’s funeral in the deceased former South Africa’s president homestead Qunu, put it succinctly when she said that leadership is all about loving the people and the people loving the leader back.
Kolanut needs no introduction, fish needs no tutoring to swim…this is our Nigeria
So there was this Hausa man who want to see a Yoruba native witch doctor (babalawo), of the native doctor he requested a voodoo that would give him power to eat in a restaurant without paying his bills, the native… Read More ›
The Fowl on a journey inside the basket does not know where it will end.
Nigeria is now ferociously slipping into lawlessness under the watch of president Muhammadu Buhari. Any optimist still living in denial, after the brazen desecration of a court of law by agents of the Department of State Services (DSS) last Friday,… Read More ›
The kangaroo, and the chameleon set out to visit the turtle, after days in the forest trekking, they were almost at the turtle’s home, when the lion roared, they did not see the lion, but heard the roar, both kangaroo… Read More ›