My take with issues of faith in Nigeria
Ethnic Insecurity In Nigeria I was in an environment made up of young educated Nigerians. All had at least a degree or High National Diploma. Most were Yoruba; some Igbo. Though we mixed up to interact inevitably frictions arose. I found myself in a small group and got close to an Igbo lady. We were … Continue reading 2-4 Zone: Ethnic Insecurity In Nigeria
LOVE FROM THE PAST CAUGHT ME.
I love Buhari less but he is the new president of my country. This is my wish for his dispensation.
What the buttocks really mean- Naija POV.
Looking at Benjamin Adekunle critically.
Dear Friends, let us continue the journey of love in a time of hate and war. Enjoy Chapter 2 of my forthcoming novel and spare me not with your observations.
Dear Friends, I share with you the first chapter of my forthcoming short novel. Please enjoy and do not hesitate to tell me your mind.
Reflections on the terror war in Nigeria
I am disgusted,angry but not surprised by the song and dance being played by the Nigerian Films Censors Board over the movie ‘Half Of A Yellow Sun.’ So the scenes are too sexual? Are they worse than the dozens of pornographic movies okayed by the Board that flood our markets? So they are too political? … Continue reading On The Non-certification Of Half Of A Yellow Sun In Nigeria
If Nyanya does not wake up both the citizens and leaders of Nigeria, then we are in trouble. Our security services? Eh.
What was the point? How do you live with yourself after killing your friend in a meaningless war?
Let us look at the gay question honestly.
ezeakwukwo’s declaration for naijastories in 2014
Emmanuel Ifeajuna: How, where and when he was forged.