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Civil War With Unholy Ghosts – By @Obajeun

Civil War With Unholy Ghosts – By @Obajeun

Behold a landscape foaming with blood, killing field with expired bodies piled high. The heavens and the atmosphere are crackling and blazing forth as we plunge ourselves into our funeral rites, racing fast to join the comity of the departed nations. We are too poor for peace, yet we have unholy ghosts to fight. Alas! There is no help in ... Read More »

The President & the CBN Governor: in defense of institutions- Ayisha Osori

I thought I had nothing more to say. That after 5 years of writing weekly, everything that I could possibly say about Nigeria, had already been said. But I find that when it comes to Nigeria – heartbreak country –there will always be new lows. There have been many things written and said about the removal of the Governor of ... Read More »

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi: The Unravelling Of An Anti-Hero – Joseph Olayemi

  In literature as in life abounds a multiplicity of characters who in their inordinate assessment of their capabilities define an exalted trajectory of their roles and importance to the advancement of society or organisations. Such characters in their full flight of fancy reject every reasonable attempt to restrain or divert them from their headlong dash into the cavern of ... Read More »

An Open Appeal To President Jonathan To Intervene On Clemency For Tolu

An Open Appeal To President Jonathan To Intervene On Clemency For Tolu

His Excellency, President Goodluck E. Jonathan Aso Rock Villa, Abuja. Nigeria Dear President, Sir, I am mindful of the productive use your Excellency could have put the few minutes used in reading this letter, and I appreciate the time. However, I know no other man who has the personality or power to grant my Appeal. We were over twenty classmates ... Read More »

If I Were Gen. Sani Abacha’s Son – Mustapha M.O

If I Were Gen. Sani Abacha’s Son – Mustapha M.O

  Can there be someone in this country of ours today, especially a commoner in his youthful age that will not want to be the son of the late Head of state? Not just any country, but Nigeria for that matter. The few years I have spent on earth had given me evidences beyond reasonable doubts to come to the ... Read More »

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