An Open Letter to Biafran Youths

An Open Letter to Biafran Youths

Dear Umunna, The famed words of George Santayana goes “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” It is not an amnesia of history that we are plagued by, despite how starved we were in curricula pedagogy, it would seem that the turbulent history of the country we call home has indeed […]

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Adieu

Adieu Jungle Justice

After the many recent cases of jungle justice and the ear-ripping silences that follow, I often find myself at loss for words in conversation, however slight, that concern the humanity of my society. Before now, I’ll sweat, wear out the muscles and the veins unfortunate enough to be situated close enough to my mouth anytime […]

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Nigeria: Is our Religious Morality failing us?

Nigeria: Is our Religious Morality failing us?

Why be moral? This is an age-old philosophical question that has varying answers by school of thought. But for Nigerians, the answer is unequivocal — God. A Pew Research Global Attitudes report shows that 91% of Nigerians think that belief in God is essential to be moral. That’s only 8% lower than our good friends […]

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HOW TO BE A NIGERIAN POLITICIAN

HOW TO BE A NIGERIAN POLITICIAN

Nigeria is a playground, more like the biggest sub-par Nollywood movie ever. We daily witness drama unfold in our politics, drama that leaves a sour taste in our mouth. All that displeasure usually translates to social media memes and spoof videos. We are not a serious nation, we are a jocular people; it’s why we […]

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Love is Hardwork

Love Is Hardwork

You know how your eyes brighten when love happens? As minions glow at the sight of ridiculously yellow banana, almost as if Vitamin A has been smuggled in your diet. There’s a certain radiance about your face irrespective of skin-care product. That glow is nature’s tan; your sense of humour starts to take steroids—you would […]

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Wanted Dead or Alive

Wanted Dead or Alive

Who wants the president dead and who wants him alive? The current situation we find ourselves as a nation is a very uncertain one. How can we have a president who we don’t know his current state of health not to mention his whereabouts? This is Deja vu all over again. I know you know […]

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SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: OBAMA’S ONLY LEGACY

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: OBAMA’S ONLY LEGACY

“I believe marriage is between a man and a woman.” Those were the bold words used by Barrack Obama on at least two different occasions on record. The last one coming in 2008 in an interview with Saddle Back Church Pastor, Rick Warren, seven years before the U.S. Supreme Court, in the landmark case Obergefell […]

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