Karl Marx was a very religious man. Why do I say so? When he was alive and bubbling with very solid ideas, he hated cheating. He hated poverty. He hated exploitation of labour by capital.
“In a society riddled with colonial contradictions, the resolving of one contradiction creates new ones becausecolonial contradiction is better resolved more by elimination than by substitution.” Late Prof. Mike Onwuejeogwu
“A contested culture”, says Frantz Fanon, “is a dead culture”. Period!Â The “Maternal home system”, just like the African extended family system that Iâ€™d written about in the past should be of research interest to scholars and individuals who are interested in understanding types and nature of relationships in Africa.
In advanced democracies, the two most powerful organs of government that thoroughly helps to check the abuse of power by political office holders are the Police and the judiciary.
This is an attempt at packaging, re-packaging, branding and re-branding the city of Jos after the last disturbance involving the indigenes and the Hausa/Fulani settlers that left scores of people dead and properties destroyed.
Women generally like hearing sweet things, always! If you tell most women the truth and the truth is not sweet, they hardly accept it or were they to accept, they do it in most cases, grudgingly. Tell most of them crude lies but embellish it with honey, they succumb easily and by the time they […]
“Interest can draw a film over the eyes so thick that even blindness itself can do no harm”. By William Wilberforce .There are some things that do happen around one that some times one feels like giving up on Nigeria;
There are two programmes I have always enjoyed but recently stopped watching on British television and they are: the ITV/Jeremy Kyle and Channel Five/Trisha Goddard shows.
I coined the title of this article from Peter JamesÃ¢â‚¬Ëœs novel, “THE DEAD MANÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S FOOTSTEPS”, which was first published in 2008. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d just bought the novel but yet to read it, so, the content of this write-up is not, in anyway, a review of the novel.