The third serialization of my booklet on the Nigerian conflict between 1966-1970.
Not every rain is a blessing The floods, the erosion… hurricanes bring more pain Even to those eyes that were raped of their possessions The rain is bias in its selection. Keep your house Read More
I write I sweat thinking But I can’t leave it Cos I love it I write Always alone in the dark People ask me why I tell them Cos I love it I Read More
Apart from being the biggest black nation in the world and the self-proclaimed giant of Africa, another distinguishing quality about Nigeria is that it is home to a people who have this rather disturbing ability Read More
The Mind is a prodigal I put on papers, what my mind can’t filter I hide censored thoughts beyond minds of grave thinkers My mind is a prodigal, spending all to foreign nations My Read More
You were very happy when you checked your yahoo mail at the little cyber-café beside your house. Everyone at the cyber-café congratulated you on your successful admission into the University. You had originally chosen Medicine Read More
In this moment, this time, this dispensation. We must rise up for our country. We must disdain mediocrity, shun corruption and dissuade violence. The vicissitudes of providence that have sculpted our existence are best accepted Read More
Is there really a future? Does it exist somewhere? Some people believe in destiny; what happens now is as a result of your destination or destiny, the future. Others say what you do now determines Read More