In many cases, individuals who have had dreams or prophecies about themselves have gone on to interpret them as applying to the world or others, when in fact the message was a coded one for their personal consumption and utility.

Life in Nigeria is so precarious and unstable that people are scared that saying things are fine may be tempting fate, in other words, an invitation to disaster.

There is a chance that the coming elections could be peaceful. All those who have sown seeds of discord and laid eggs of destruction under the wings of the Electoral Act debacle will have to look for another way of hatching their eggs.

It will amount to a political misjudgement for Buhari to be offered the presidential ticket for 2003 without him redressing the injuries and abuses of his past military administration…

My father died for somebody’s dream of one Nigeria. Every morning he would go out to fight. And every morning my mother would cry. One day my father did not return, felled by the bullets of the thug that has Ikeja International Airport named after him. I am the new warrior, ashes born of the massacre in Asaba…