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Dear Governor

Dear Governor,

Elections are here again and I plan to re-elect you. You were not my man in the last elections but I voted for you anyway because I just didn’t want the umbrella brigade to take over. They have shown me time and [...]

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They've come, again...

we have us only hope as friend
and when he dies, then comes the end

they’ve come again to spit their words
our self-crowned gold Lords
what have we not heard
are we not the gullible herd?
their words [...]

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The Race Begins Again...

The Race Begins Again…

they have come again to the track
familiar faces awaiting the pistol crack
and he that gets there first
shall soon have a puffed up chest

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The Gene of Greatness

My son’s image looms large as I watch the political campaign on my black and white TV. Sadly, I do not feel my allegiance to him is strong enough to risk empowering him in such a manner.

You see, I come from a long [...]

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we will live again

Bayo sank tiredly into the sofa in his bed-sitter. Thank God my break starts tomorrow, he thought. If the management of the plant where he worked had not so designed things that workers went on alternating one-week breaks he would have simply collapsed on [...]

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The Electorate

Their big grammar scatters my brain
“Emancipation, Rehabilitation
Transparency, Fruitful democracy”
My poor head reels from grammar bombs,
but “Chop, I Chop,” I understand
so I cast my vote, my liberty. Continue reading The Electorate

Cannon Fodder

In a large luxurious room, far removed from the

chaos and turmoil painting our nation’s soil red with

freshly spilled blood, sat the absent relaxed leaders

of the various fighting sections.

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…on the selection of a Northern Consensus Candidate The revered oracle has spoken
After much offers, much token?
And how my heart did tickle
When I heard he said, “Ah-tee-koo!“They asked, “is the Oracle a swine

Drunken with strong wine


The Quickfall

It was Sunday night and people were engaged in lewd scenes by the hour on the giant LCD screen that stood tall at a corner of the sitting-room. Girls stood carelessly along the streets, whorls of smoke from cigars formed a vain atmosphere, and [...]

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My nation is run by a cartel,
Of fat potbellied villains,
Beasts cursed to suffer
The eternal thirst of the insatiable
They will not die well.
Continue reading PARABLES ABOUT HOME

Political Discussions

The elegantly dressed alhaji was striding down the corridor of the National Assembly Complex when he heard someone shout out his name.
“Alhaji Bukar! Long time no see. How now?”

He turned round and saw that it was his good friend and party [...]

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Moving Machines

in this airport, pot bellies rule,

and lead the dance of boxed machines.

the boxes watch  and join the carnival

of lopsided fun. on and on, they dance
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Youths arise

i count a great the number
of these army that doth slumber.
while the future dies
each on his bed lies
they wait for gray hairs
in the safety of their lairs.

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A man is nothing without a life, A home incomplete without a wife; Shit cuts deep like a knife, Backstabbing the masses - hunger and strife —- Curses,crime and craziness is rife [...]


Where oppression is king ...

A baby roams the streets Hawking worthless wares She’s dizzy in the heat The sun has scorched her bare feet - [...]

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