Very quickly these are not the best of times for my friend and brother, Owelle Rochas iScAriot Okorocha, the outgoing Imo state governor and copyrights owner of the word “Iberiberism”. I humbly request permission to use his word, believing he… Read More ›
In his sweetest days, Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha fancied himself as the new „Zik“ of Nigerian politics.
If Nigeria were a normal country, the chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), Mahmood Yakubu would have paid the price for his brash treachery.
The presidency of Mr. Muhammadu Buhari will surely go down history as the mistake of 2015, notwithstanding what happens on February 16, 2019.
So it’s some 24hours into 2019, Nigerians would be going to the polls, to imagine that only 19 years ago, her democracy was only a year old. Between a Buhari and an Atiku presidency I have tried to confront the… Read More ›
In Igbo society such as Imo State of Nigeria, there are so many encumbrances to checkmate excesses. As told in the proverb of the Mother-dog and her seven puppies, Igbos are appreciative, but they know when to say, ‘‘hol’ it… Read More ›
In all the emerging political intrigues in Nigeria, Imo State presents an interesting narrative, which makes it arguably the most political hotbed. One thing is clear. A political underdog will carry the day at the end of 2019 general election.
You may never know the number of people that die everyday, until death takes someone you know.
So, I patiently waited to see what would become of the #osundecides race, between an F9 PDP dude and other big wigs of APC, and SDP: the result was inconclusive, like all the reoccurring NYSC certificate debacle as a people… Read More ›
If lice are not completely gone from one’s clothing, one’s nails will not be free of blood. (If the causes of one’s problems are not removed, the problems will persist.)
One dies according to one’s weight; the robin does not die and make a resounding noise “on hitting the ground.”