What Nobody Told Me As A Blogger?

Today makes 4-year and 6 months that I have been writing uninterruptedly, on the internet. Since I have been making posts at least once in two weeks. Of course, all these years it has been episodes of joy mixed, with occasional painful angst. Early on, I embarked on this journey with confidence and candour in... Continue Reading →


APC And The House of Cards

“The constitutions and party may change from time to time, without the needed change. The needed change comes when the players and the actors change.” -Jakes Ajao Barely three years and few months of the historic APC conquest of the former ruling party, PDP, on the change ideology, the house is on the brink of falling... Continue Reading →

Birth Of Xenophobia In Nigeria

There is watershed of xenophobia rising in Apapa, Lagos. Apapa area of Lagos is a highbrow area in the megacity because it contains ports and terminals for various commodities such as containers and bulk cargo, houses, offices and a small old disused railway station. Aside from being an entrepot into the nation's commercial nerve center from overseas, it is a home... Continue Reading →

President Buhari Muhammadu Declarations For Election: Youths, Now What?

The anticipation of doubts regarding President Buhari seeking re-election, come 2019, for months have finally come to an end after the president publicly declared for president, a few days ago. Though Nigeria past leaders including former President Olusegun Obasanjo, General Ibrahim Babaginda, among others have encouraged the presidency to shelve the idea sighting the hardships... Continue Reading →

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