Category Archives: Memoir / Narrative Non-Fiction

My Parent’s Burial Is Where I’m Going

My Parent’s Burial Is Where I’m Going

Since I have being born, I have had had grace to attend various parties. Be it Birthdays, Weddings, Engagement, Graduation etc alongside with my mother when I was young and even when I had grown up I have still graced many occasions but never for once have I attended a burial ceremony, not for once. … Continue reading My Parent’s Burial Is Where I’m Going

The Neglect Of History

A son of the repudiated brother Was given the mantle of leadership He tried to pacify his brothers But that, cost him his life Fourty-five years later A Descendant of the repudiated Became saddled with the Crown This time, by Divine Providence He also tried to placate his brothers He even abandoned his nuclear family … Continue reading The Neglect Of History

No ! They Won’t Tell You

They won’t tell you About the gory images of gruesome murders Of the streams of our blood on their streets No ! They won’t tell you About the pregnant women Whose bellies were slit open With their innocent babies butchered No ! They won’t tell you Of the Russian birds of horror Strafing and bombing, … Continue reading No ! They Won’t Tell You

Parasitism

I pay that u may b beautiful I pay that u may be pleasured I suck and kiss your sensient parts You lay back and take the pleasure I gain not milk from your bosom I gain not treasure from my pleasure I keep my strength up for my Ego Trying in futility to reach … Continue reading Parasitism

Nnamdi Kanu’s Rhetoric And The Unspoken Realities Of Nigeria’s First Coup.

Nnamdi Kanu’s Rhetoric And The Unspoken Realities Of Nigeria’s First Coup.

Our minds have been poisoned and our accepted beliefs are unnatural and artificial.” – Bryant McGill I am not one of those who believe balkanisation would ultimately transform the governments of the nations that emerge from this into El dorados where all the problems facing the people would be resolved magically, as anticipated by some … Continue reading Nnamdi Kanu’s Rhetoric And The Unspoken Realities Of Nigeria’s First Coup.

Yerushaliyim,  Eternal City,  A Hotbed Of Endless Conflicts.

Yerushaliyim, Eternal City, A Hotbed Of Endless Conflicts.

“He came closer to the city, and when he saw it, he wept over it, saying, ‘if you only knew today what is needed for peace!’” –Jesus Christ, Luke: 19 vs. 41 & 42B According to some Christian leaders Jesus wept because, being God himself, he knew that the fickle minded Jews of Jerusalem who … Continue reading Yerushaliyim, Eternal City, A Hotbed Of Endless Conflicts.