This is the conclusion of my response to the issues recently raised by Chief Fani-Kayode about the place of the Igbo in Lagos.
(Friends, my apologies for being so late. Thank you for all your comments and feedback. This is the last chapter; enjoy it. Above all, let real love spread and check all prejudices. Check out other chapters if you have not done so.). 4 It was Uzor’s birthday and he completely forgot until he was … Continue reading The Ultimate Truth Chap. 4
(Friends, it is a pleasure to be back. Hope you enjoyed the first two chapters. The novella is gradually winding down. Enjoy the food of love, and as always, be unsparing with your comments. Thanks for the feedback and do read chapters 1 and 2 if you have not. Only on our unbeatable NS). 3 … Continue reading The Ultimate Truth Chap.3
The greatest mistake any honest, knowledgeable person who reads Fani-Kayode’s diatribe will make is to keep quiet.
(ENJOY THE SECOND CHAPTER OF MY ROMANCE NOVELLA. LITERATURE IS THE FOOD OF LOVE SO READ ON AND BIKO, DO NOT BE SPARING WITH YOUR VIEWS). Alone in the apartment she hared with her friend, Tiwa, Joy stirred a cup of hot chocolate, nibbled on a biscuit and watched the television screen without seeing a … Continue reading The Ultimate Truth CHAPTER TWO
(This is the first chapter of a romance novella I put together. Love is life and life is love so let us explore them together. Enjoy, friends, and do not be sparing with your views) 1 Uzor’s decision to take a walk that Friday opened up a completely new vista for him. He … Continue reading The Ultimate Truth CHAPTER 0NE
A purely fictional portrayal of Emmanuel Ifeajuna’s last night after the failure of the Biafran invasion of the Mid-West and his subsequent conviction for plotting an alleged coup.
Was Ojukwu a power-hungry man who sought an empire of his own? What does history record about his role in Nigeria’s first coup?
The third serialization of my booklet on the Nigerian conflict between 1966-1970.
The second part of my serialization on the Nigerian conflict between 1966-1970.
The first of a serialization from my booklet on Nigeria from 1966-1970.
A look at the literary encyclopedia looking at Nigeria’s fifty top writers.
Spare a thought for the Nigerian uniformed men and women as we recollect the Armed Forces Remembrance Day.
Another look at the call for a revolution in Nigeria.
THE DEPTHS OF BESTIALITY AND COURAGE ARE REVEALED AS A NIGERIAN JOURNALIST COVERS A BRUTAL AFRICAN CIVIL WAR . ‘‘We should send a man to Tongeria,’’ declared Kayo Koba, the bald and rotund Editor-in-chief of the ‘National Pacesetter’ group of newspapers. Almost everyone present at the conference table looked at him as if he … Continue reading Penetrating The Heart of Darkness