Indeed, how much money does a man need in a lifetime? This is a question that has often dwell on my mind. I refused to turn to Socrates for an answer as I feel that this burning question carries a moral weight and should not subscribe to the monopoly of wisdom of a single individual. […]
This is a hilarious moment for Nigeria. Of course, I am not mad. I am only reflecting on the period in time and circumstances we have found ourselves as a people. Not too long ago, Shagari was indecisive, Buhari/Idiagbon too serious and impenetrable, Obasanjo was too amorous and unforgivable. Now we have it. A serious […]
Dear Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, I feel constrained to join issues with you on the fallacies contained in your address to the 38th Annual Conference of the United States National Conference of Black Mayors in June 2012 in the United States. It is share fallacy and hypocrisy for you to stand before such an auspicious body […]
Aso Rock Villa connotes power. It remains a mystery to many Nigerians except the privileged few who have had access to its formidable walls. Yet this gargantuan and mysterious edifice has been nothing but a great albatross in our struggle for socio-economic emancipation and political righteousness. It has acted as a powerful superego which has […]
A nation at war with itself â€“ the dawn of the second Nigerian Civil War To say the least, the submissive and tepid reaction of the Nigerian President to the latest round of violence unleashed on the citizenry by Boko Haram was irksome and left a sour taste in the mouth. This belated reaction of […]
Open letter to Alhaji Sani Yerima â€œAllah misleads whomsoever he chooses to misleadâ€- The Qurâ€™an Dear Alhaji Sani Yerima, It is perhaps right to state that the last has not been heard about your unceremonious marriage to a minor and the consequent barrage of public criticism it generated. June 15, 2010 is your next date […]
My group of Nigerian friends who sat together with melancholy glued to their countenances on that cold winter morning at the popular Nigerian Restaurant in Canning Town, East London, probably underestimated the depth of social decadence and violence sweeping through our nation.
The Republic of Haiti, a living testimony to the desire of man, irrespective of colour to achieve freedom, is once again in the news. Haiti has caught recurrent international attention, not because of its progressive socio-political culture, rather for its peculiar affinity with disasters.
The Republic of Haiti, a living testimony to the desire of man, irrespective of colour to achieve freedom, is once again in the news. Haiti has caught recurrent international attention, not because of its progressive socio-political culture, rather for its peculiar affinity with disasters. Read More Pdf Format
“If I had the money to go, I wouldn’t stay in this countryâ€¦ I have three children, all of them been through grammar school and two of them married now, with family. I shan’t be satisfied till I have seen them all settled overseasâ€ â€“ April 20, 1968 (Enoch Powell, 1912 -1998)