Saturday, 15 April 2017 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
Easter is just that moment when many Christians consider sacred just because of the belief and reality of a savior that died for them, above all rose from the grave. To so many others, it is just a moment to feed on chickens, eggs and chocolate. I still see some little few that it is
Friday, 31 March 2017 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
Earlier on today I stumbled on this news and it was disturbing. It became worse because this news is coming at a time where what seem to catch the attention of the Nigerian youths is the Big Brother Naija Show (BBN). We just can’t have anything to read about again on all social media platforms.
The internet revolution seem to be nothing less magical Who could have thought that the internet could have changed the world in less than two decades? A whole lot that seem impossible to man is now made possible due to the advent of the internet revolution. It amazes me how I get almost every of
Thursday, 23 February 2017 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
When will our president Muhammadu Buhari be back? – that is one question on lips of every Nigerian. But is that really what should be the right question to ask right now? Nigerians seem to be tired with the absentee president Buhari, we all know Nigeria is in a recession and things are hard in
I have a dream! Nigeria is my home, I am proud to be called a Nigerian – even though many times there are reasons never to be. We are a wonderful people, hardworking, resilient, determined and courageous. Yes we are highly industrious and believing – we believe everything is possible against all odds. We are
Thursday, 01 December 2016 / Published in Economic Transformations, Socio-Political Realities
Unemployment is not limited to Nigeria nor Africa, it is a global ordeal. This must be carefully understood, also adequate  actions must be taken over it. Being born in a cultured community like Nigeria gives someone like me no option than to make some personal decisions as regards how I want my life to look like
Thursday, 10 November 2016 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
Donald Trump the US president elect is a marketing guru, one who knows how to sell anything. Anyone who runs away from the fact that Donald Trump is highly intelligent only denies reality, hence is worthy to be a fool. This victory is the most astonishing victories in the history of the American politics, it
Friday, 28 October 2016 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
I was privileged a while ago to see a very gory picture of a burnt suicide bomber during the insurgency in the northern Nigeria, it left me wondering and seriously disturbed. This guy was burnt beyond recognition as a human. I saw not quite long ago likewise on CNN as the Turkish airport CCTV camera
It was another Monday morning and as usual I had to set out of the house to work. There is something unusual about Monday mornings in Lagos – it is so unusual, difficult to explain, but I’ll try. I woke my usual time, did my usual thing, and set to leave the house at my
Saturday, 15 October 2016 / Published in Socio-Political Realities
The agitations of Biafra in Nigeria has become a need to worry, our Igbo brothers feel marginalized – i feel their yearns are correct, but there expression which is Biafra is wrong. The Igbo tribe is not the only tribe being marginalized. I was born in the famous Lagos – western region of Nigeria, I