Nigeria as of present and perhaps for the greater part of the last two decades, bears marked similarities with Great Britain coming off the Second World War. Having spent much of its resources in trying to bolster its reputation and fight for its own interests in the First World War, Great Britain spent much of … Continue reading Quest For Youthful Leadership; #NotTooYoungToRun #ThisIsNotAMiracle
There is an old saying not to chide a man if he sounds queer speaking English, it just means he knows another language. This particular notion has been taken and drawn out into a host of trains of thought that spread their reaches from all of pop culture as we see in many popular movies … Continue reading Are Popular Languages Evolving Towards Stupid Simplicity
Hate Trump or love him, the fact is, with what seems like the entire world being against him The Donald cares none for nothing and is out to deliver his results notwithstanding. He is delivering results but there are no real ways as of today to be sure that they are either good or bad … Continue reading This Thing With North Korea, Iran and Syria.
Let’s not jump on the bandwagon and do something we ordinarily wouldn’t because, I think I like the trajectory that this is currently taking vis a vis Farosident M. Bubu, his administration, his presidential team and his eventual chances for the coming 2019 ordeal. The ordinary Nigerian may have known or suspected at least, for … Continue reading On These Lazy Nigerian Youths.
Well, to go straight to the point: if it worked and helped reduce the activities of militants in the Delta who were fighting over their economic marginalisation even though it is understood that it is from the regions where they hail that the daily bread that feeds and developed the country came from. They had … Continue reading Niger-Delta Avengers v Boko Haram: The Difference Between Amnesty for Militants and Amnesty for Terrorists
One hot afternoon in January, after the harmattan season had taken off in what would be remembered as the shortest visit by a season, Bulala Sise took a bus from Oshikun to Irunmole, where he schooled. Failing to wrap his head around a longueur that was his copy of the compulsory lecture notes sold by … Continue reading Short Story: The Gas Merchant
The topic of dealing with waste is not new to any society and the history behind how major developed countries have dealt with theirs when the time came is quite amusing. To give an example, Japan was one of those countries who was taking giant strides towards industrialisation in the early 1900s. The understandable amounts … Continue reading The Cleaner Lagos Initiative: Lagos’ Hope For A Cleaner Future