The office was empty, void of the usual stewards that usually lurked the corners, his chief of staff just informed him that his commissioners and army of special advisers were seated and waiting for him; patience had never been one of his virtues, he had awoken that morning with the desire to fire someone, … Continue reading Mister Governor by Tolu Daniel
We’ve come so far At last, the Hausas trust the Yorubas The Yorubas salute the Igbos We call ourselves Nigerians and our country,One Nigeria And we live the Nigerian dream We stand tall, our heads raised high And with love in our hearts. Tribalism has ran off Nepotism has followed its brother Corruption has eloped … Continue reading DEMOCRACY AT 100 : Centenary Independence 2060
In the whole wide world Or World Wide Web if you like Kererenke is a song sung for Obi “Obi is a boy” of course we know But that does not mean He would never grow So, “Obi kererenke Obi…” Is an exhortation for feats Soldierlike expolits of a man Who has bushes of … Continue reading Kererenke!
The People’s Democratic Party, PDP, had vowed or threatened to rule Nigeria for at least 60 consecutive years before it can hand over to any other political party. Given its performance since 1999, this ambition has serious implications for the future of Nigeria. Single political parties have attempted but always failed to dislodge the PDP … Continue reading Opposition Parties Political Merger in Nigeria: How likely?
Who says it was rape? When you beckoned with pouting lips And took my gifts with willing hands Who says it was rape? Not once did you squirm or shout Not a murmur left your mouth, You responded to my touch with glee, Aiding and abetting my ravishing spree, From Abia to Zamfara From … Continue reading Who Said It Was Rape?