By: on October 17, 2020
We found ourselves experiencing another wave of lockdown in the country this week. It was not government this time that stopped people from going to work or performing their daily chores. This was in fact anti-government. Nigerians went out late last week to find largely peaceful protests on the streets that gradually spread throughout the country culminating in a virtual shut down this week. The protest is the result of bottled up resentments by the youths against the methods of police in ...
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By: on October 9, 2020
“It is time for the new generation of leadership, to cope with the new problems and new opportunities.” – John F. Kennedy October 1st was the 60th Independence Anniversary of our dear nation Nigeria. As a nation we desire a new generation of leaders who will love and serve Nigerians by creatively solving our many old problems and the new problems we are facing in today’s Nigeria. On 4th February 2016 I had the privilege to give a New Nigeria Leadership talk at a school in Oke Afa, Isolo area ...
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By: on September 14, 2020
Every citizen who has also benefited from literacy should pass the privilege on to others, until it goes round. When that chain continues to be forged, it soon lays a better foundation for knitting the entire society together. Today, we’re talking turkey, cold turkey, but our title is not meant to slight the physically challenged among us or anyone for that matter. Far from it. It is indeed to pay homage to their long suffering tolerance of the uncaring society that they dwell in. So today, w...
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By: on August 28, 2020
EARLY last week a viral video of Nigerians allegedly chased into the desert of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, UAE, was the talk of the town and the social media.To underscore the fact that the predicament affected Nigerians across ethnic and religious identities, the narrative in the video was done in the three major Nigerian languages of Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba. They complained that they were “chased” from the International Humanitarian City into the Dubai desert though they had Dubai vis...
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By: on July 16, 2020
It is no secret that Nigeria’s ruling elite are cruel, amoral, unfit for the office they hold. They are all fucking morons. Ironically, this hasn’t stopped them from becoming presidents, governors, ministers, and what have you. Though the citizens are aware of their leaders’ flaws, they choose to be willfully blind, dumbed down and misinformed. Both citizens and leaders are deficient in self-respect and courage. The oppressed are afraid to rattle the cage of their oppressors. There’s no ac...
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By: on July 6, 2020
Nigerians want a changed narrative in national life. Our politics. Our leadership (rulership) style. The economy. They want a changing narrative. A changing narrative will give cause for hope. It will mean that something is indeed happening. They want the story of their country to change. The bad news about the economy. The bad news about official corruption. About stealing public funds in billions. About insecurity. About interethnic tension. Suspicion of ethnic domination. Seizing oil wells fr...
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