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 There is absolutely no excuse for the mayhem that plays out in Nigeria every day. Under the watch of a greedy cabal of intellectuals, pastors, priests, imams, and our agbada-clad weevils, our land burns, roasting helpless children, men and women whose crime was to be born in a land of abundance – an abundance of thieves. Soyinka is right. We were sent the wrong people. We asked for statesmen and we were sent executioners…

I recently stumbled upon some of Evi Edna Ogholi Ogosi’s tunes posted on Youtube and oh my God, they brought back lots of memories and nostalgic feelings of my days as a boy growing up in the city of Lagos…

I didn’t shed a tear when I was told that Ye Wande had passed on. I knew she had gone to be with the Lord. I can’t tell her age because back then when she was born, there was no record keeping

My dream for Nigeria is where being ill is not a death sentence – A Nigeria where hospitals do not dispense fake drugs; a country where hospitals are not for the rich only but for the poor on the streets as well…

Jonathan Goodluck’s success hinges on truncating the socially deformed policies of Yar’ Adua which have become social nuisance across the political and social realm. Can Jonathan morph from a conservative, no-rock-the-boat, loyal PDPer to a bellicose, reforming, rebellious, proletarianised Acting President without a thorough and perceptive elucidation of the strange, new direction?