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The Shakeup

The Shakeup

The phenomena in my country In recent times, like aphrodisiacs, Are jerking my quills With erection to wind another yarn. My paper lays bare On my night bed Like a waiting bride on her first night, And I will write Yet another tabloid On fantastic corruption in Nigeria again. Can we ever gather together Without … Continue reading The Shakeup

“Is Nigerian Police Really Your Friend?”

The rot and decadence in the Nigerian Police is devastating. I don’t even know If they cause more harm than good. They’ve proved themselves to b a tool of intimidation in the hands of the rich. Their actions always portray that they are out for hire to the highest bidder. I don’t know about other … Continue reading “Is Nigerian Police Really Your Friend?”

Fighting Kwa-rap-shon

We are fighting Kwa-rap-shon Yet we receive criminals into our Party Make them officials of Government Dine and Wine with them That’s Kwa-rap-shon !!! We are fighting Kwa-rap-shon But if you change to our Party You are vindicated and sanctified Baptised in our Party name That’s Kwa-rap-shon !!! We are fighting Kwa-rap-shon Yet we spend … Continue reading Fighting Kwa-rap-shon

Heaven or Hell

Dear Bride, Hell keeps pulling me left and right. I can’t leave you now. I want to be your lover. It entices me with so much of its pleasure. I love you so dearly. I can’t even think of trading you for the world. However, I’m stuck. I want to hit the ball into the … Continue reading Heaven or Hell

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

The Nigeria that would not have been

It is now 2068, I sat by the balcony of my duplex in a place (onne) where I used to call my village but now a mega industrial city.  I was grey haired and healthy. I looked amazingly at the streets that were cast in nylon tar free from indiscriminate dumping and pollution from industries, … Continue reading The Nigeria that would not have been