Selecting a single word that reduces the three factors that make up the topic to a single expression, that word would be “surreptitious”. Slowly, stealthily and showing all but a lack of resolution in these series of unfortunate events that have been so intricately concealed under the veil of everyday living, edged on by both … Continue reading Global Warming and Its Unlikely Problematic Relationship with the Rampaging Fulani Herdsmen
I remember when vision 2020 was first announced back between 1999-2000 with projections or aspirations that by the year 2020, Nigeria was going to be among the top 20 economies in the world. It did really seem so far from where we stood at that point that it was hard to imagine what that time … Continue reading #Nigeria: Make or Break Year 2018; Much Could Go Right As Could Go Wrong.
To borrow a line from the ballad of the philosopher, poet and musician Fiftius Centus, “different day, same [crap]; old mark, new clip”, and even another philosopher, balladist and veteran gaga shuffler closer to home, Twous Facae: “e be like say they want to tell us another story again o.” however, maybe it is a … Continue reading The Atiku Article.
It was a sullen and warm November night when, in that eternity that lurks between the time when one goes to bed and when they finally fall asleep, I remembered the story a friend of mine Olisa, once told a few of our university hostel mates and myself during another warm and sullen, probably November … Continue reading I Have a Friend Who is from Umuleri.