I missed home the way a child misses her late parents I missed the land where my innocent feet roamed Unsettling dust that disturbed the nostrils When the leaves were green and clingy. I missed the place where all around me were brothers Where the waters that bathed me, bathed others And I could tell … Continue reading I Missed Home
The major concern of states is the acquisition of power, defined as man control over the mind and action of another man.” H.J Morgenthau Elections are sensitive, reflective, decisive and interesting moments in the political history and calendar of a state globally; These are defining moments whereby the guilty entice the innocent via the stratagem … Continue reading Godsent or Well deserved: The dichotomy of political power and position in Nigeria.
Open the book of history chapter 19 Allow your shadow to roam on its surface, turn to verses twenty and wait. trace your finger forward, keep going; then Stop! Do you see that word corruption marked In red complexions? That was who they made us to be after the amalgamation of our thought through their … Continue reading Everybody’s Business
THE ONE FRIEND EPISODE 2 Boma was alone in the room, as Anny, her only roommate rarely sleeps in the room. All through the night she was feeling very devastated with no one console her. ‘How could he break up with me so easily without even a chance to explain myself, how could he call … Continue reading The One Friend- Episode 2
And after a very long time The one we missed returned. Like the christians await the Lord’s coming, His coming was heavily anticipated by all. And he came in his great glory On the day we lest expected, after all the wait The sky announced its coming Gleeful and naked, our children ran up and … Continue reading Rainfall In Enugu
Title: Lady in Red. Author: Ubabuko Tito Ebuka. Veronica giggled as she walked into the restaurant holding Desmond; the love of her life whom she have been dating for three years and five months. Veronica was a beautiful lady who was in her late twenties. She was deeply in love with Desmond and hoped someday … Continue reading Lady in Red- Tito
Power consumes, Devours and assumes Power overtakes Corrupts and undertakes Power ruins, yet covers you Like a Gaberdine Power intoxicates Even as you mediate Power alienates you From your loved ones Power infiltrates Places where you meditate Power undermines ability For you to determine Power blurs your memory Also beclouds your reasoning You think you … Continue reading Power
Down here, is an abysmally dead world! The sun shines at night while the moon Illunates the busy day Plane run on railway tracks and let the Train fly up there in the sky Ship have taken over the road and allows the vehicles to sail on oceans. Our soldiers returned home joyfully and send … Continue reading The Day Nigeria Died
I’ve heard people eulogize others, I’ve heard men extol virtues in men, Whether it be true or no, I do not know. Now listen ye to this beautiful truth, try to gainsay it if you could. I know the best person in the world Heart of pure gold beyond a doubt The milk of human … Continue reading An Amazing Woman
Title- To love a Mermaid. Author- Tito Ubabuko. Jake stood at the balcony of his beach house which was the only property he had inherited from his father; he was regarded as the black sheep of the family, having no one to love or care about him. He loved looking at the sunset from his … Continue reading To Love a Mermaid
Has your grandma told you how she queued to collect a cup of rice at the campaign ground? Has your father narrated to you how he was paid to steal the ballot papers? Has you been told how your mother shot a man down for a politician? and now, you are a thug for them! … Continue reading Who Is Killing Nigeria?
Dear UNN, For the first time in years, my lacrimal gland is secreting tears. I’m not a henchman of Karl Max,but I sit through the days,watch the plays,take in the rays and have been dumb-founded by the nefarious act of mankind that has lingered for centuries. I’ve remained taciturn and wondering like the lonely cloud … Continue reading Cry of a jambite
The cold breeze caressed my skin, I felt tingling sensations all over, I was putative to be conscious I realized it was all phantasmagoria When I woke up to reality I never wanted to come alive That world is what I crave I would rather dream always The images were so real The characters so … Continue reading Imaginations
LITERARY GROUPS COMMEND AMBODE OVER THE YORUBA LANGUAGE PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION LAW Fagunwa literary society and the Egbe Odo Onkowe Ede Yoruba have commended the Lagos State government on its directive all Lagos state-owned tertiary institutions to incorporate the use of Yoruba language in the General Studies courses and to make credit pass in Yoruba … Continue reading Literary Groups Commend Ambode Over Yoruba Language Preservation
I was enrolled into the St Barnabas nursery & primary school on the 19th of August 1987,I can still remember that day,the sun smiled at the earth so early that I wondered if it miscalculated the time it was supposed to start it’s journey:it was later I got to know that the sun is stationary … Continue reading The Sex Machine 2