She was very bubbly, a bit talkative but very affectionate. A victim of the Nigerian warped education system. She had finished high school, took several exams to gain admission into the University but for the forth year she had been unsuccessful. It’s either she passes JAMB and fails the post UTME exams or Vice versa. … Continue reading THE CHRISTIAN ‘RELIGIOUS’ VIOLENCE NO ONE TALKS ABOUT
Tina Turner turns 79 today, November, 26th. An unforgettable stage performer, she says she is sexy without intending to come off as sensual but either way, the world loves her warts and all. She went into retirement in 2009 but still is the rave of the moment...almost. Like all artists that wowed the world, she … Continue reading BRILLIANCE, ELEGANCE AND STRENGTH PHOENIX IS 79!🎊🎂🍾🎉🍻🎸🎻🍸🎷
There are many other types of violence against women, physical, emotional, political, economic, psychological, social, sexual, cultural all targeted at inflicting pains or subduing the victim either as a baby, girl or woman. We want a freer world for women globally .Stop all forms of violence against women.
Elections are barely three months away. Already there are debates about debates. Should candidates be coerced, begged, persuaded or forced through laws to take part in political debates? And truly, Nigerians are taking sides. In the twenty first century, after 58 long years of independence, Nigerians are debating about the propriety of candidates for elective … Continue reading DO NIGERIAN POLITICIANS HAVE A LIFE?
The Nigerian general elections is billed for February 2019. That is precisely in less than four months. There are 91 registered political parties who might be fielding candidates for the different elective positions. Ninety one is such an unwieldy number of political parties for a country struggling with the development of its democracy and country … Continue reading WHEN POLITICIANS AMBUSH THE ELECTORATE
After the PDP primaries in Rivers State early last month, I asked how a Jonah Jang, a former governor of Plateau state, a current Senator from his senatorial district in a state that has seen more bloodshed, arson, and indigene/Settlers conflicts than any other part of the country (asides the Boko Haram mayhem in the … Continue reading THE AUDACITY OF FORMER GOVERNORS
The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi 11 came into national consciousness in June 2009 when the late President Umaru Musa Yar’adua nominated him as the governor of the Nigerian Central bank. Prior to that time, he had been operating at a very high level in the Nigerian banking sector having worked at the United Bank … Continue reading EMIR SANUSI: RIGHT ADVICE, WRONG AUDIENCE