They said he could lit a match on his beards. That he could walk on red coal, with foots bare, and can even handle fire with palms unshelled. They say his saliva is fuel. It seems everything they say of him describes a dragon. But look at his picture, you will see a lion. His … Continue reading Ojukwu
My Hero by Uzoma Ezeson is a book that will challenge, humble, inspire and motivate you to greatness because you shall know the truth and the truth will make you better. It is a book that will cause a mindshift in your life. After reading this book, I bet you will go from good to … Continue reading My Hero: Learning From the Makers of History by Uzoma Ezeson
A mercenary’s heroic rescue of a missionary during the Nigerian civil war.
Roll call (Westerhoff‘s voice): Rufai! Here sir! Keshi! Here sir! Siasia! Here sir! Adepoju! Here sir! Emenalo! Here sir … Yekini! (Silence) General Yekini! (Silence) !! General Rashidi Yekini, Born 23rd October, 1963, in Kaduna, A dedicated soldier of the federation Tested and found worthy in several encounters The best … Continue reading Where Are You, Rashidi?
By Ochuko Tonukari One of the men I respect most in my short sojourn on planet earth just celebrated his 93rd birthday and I feel I should try to find out more about what was responsible for his greatness. This was what motivated me recently to read his autobiography, “Long Walk to Freedom”. Indeed, it … Continue reading The Pleasure of meeting Nelson Mandela through his Book
I have chosen this path That’s my way It is a dream come true The roads maybe narrow I will continue to stagger With my dagger dangling along with me It will pay some day On a gloomy day When all hope have gone sour When laughs have made me to hide in shame It … Continue reading The path