We Need Crumbs!

We Need Crumbs!

When the Colosseum was built in 70 AD, Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian Dynasty knew he had birthed something beautiful, yet so evil. Rome was in turmoil, the imperialistic kingdom feared that its own people were going to rise up and revolt against its corrupt and despotic ways. The Emperor knew that something had to […]

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Finding Myself

Finding Myself

The Third Mainland Bridge reminds me of Christ on the cross, sandwiched between two men of contrasting fortunes. One headed for the gilded streets of Heaven, the other resolutely headed for the crackling fires of Hell. Both men unified and split by the very thing which brings them together — fate. On one side of […]

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State of the Nation: Hypocrisy at its finest!

State of the Nation: Hypocrisy at its finest!

May God help this nation. I start this way because it’s beginning to look less likely that we would overcome the web we spun for ourselves. The government of change has turned out to become the most despicable agent of hypocrisy. Before I blow my lid off in rantings and finger-pointing, let’s assess the state […]

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State of the Nation: Before we lose our heads

State of the Nation

Welcome to your weekly digest of everything Nigeria. I am still in London trying to uncover the mystery behind a certain audio recording that shook the nation, but before I give anything away let’s assess the state of the Nation, in Hausa. Maza Maza! The Race for 2019 A former vice president of Nigeria and […]

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State of the Nation: As we proceed…

State of the Nation

I’m writing this article from an undisclosed location in London close to the hideout of our president, my location is undisclosed because the DSS is the strongest arm of today’s government and I am not ready for Dasuki’s type of “free accommodation”. I have been asked to give a brief rundown addressing the state of […]

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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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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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