Segun Akinyode

Segun, a three-pronged oscillator, moves from his bedsitter to the office, then a cool spot. He lives near Mr Obasanjo’s Abeokuta home. He is currently a teacher in the General Studies Department, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic.

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When a community is tagged underdeveloped, it is the human beings who populate such community that are being described. It is against this background that it becomes imperative to sit back and evaluate the worth, the real essence and implications, the moral aura of Nigeria at 50…

Being a boss is very simple. The first step is to garner every conceivable and inconceivable subterfuges, including blackmail, ethnicism, praise-singing, name-calling, tale bearing, bootlicking, laying claim to bogus intellectual achievements…

It is understood all over the world that one of the features of democracy is freedom of speech and allied freedoms. However, certain freedoms become an aberration given conditions and backgrounds surrounding their manifestations…

One should utilize this opportunity to invite the Nigerian  Federal Government team in charge of her re-branding drive not look too far if they hope to achieve any success in the foreign aspect of the scheme. The man they should not tarry in consulting is Taju…

Clara sat right opposite me sipping from a bottle of Guinness. The combined effect of the physical act of the inadvertent unbuttoning and the mild exclamation at the sight of Obama’s portrait had unleashed an inexplicable passion in me for Clara….

The most glaring of the Nigerian malady is corruption. The type of corruption where Nigerians in positions of responsibility divert the money meant for the development of the country into private pockets…

For the knowledge of those Nigerians in the Diaspora who have been curious about how we have been surviving in a debilitating environment, a typical day…

The name of the Kenyan counterpart of Nuhu Ribadu is Aaron Ringera. From what we have garnered from press reports, not many Kenyans feel Justice Ringera and his commission are doing much in the quest to make corruption kiss the feet of reasoning…

Each day I walked the streets of Nairobi, listened to the radio, watched programmes on Kenyan television stations or read the Kenyan newspapers, the quantity and quality of resemblances between Nigeria and Kenya never ceases to amaze me…

Sex is the sweetest thing on earth. Its sweetness is incomparable. It is the only thing that does not touch your palate yet you relish its succulence in the very core of your oral cavity…