Na from airport I don begin smell God hand for this country. The kind breeze wey blow me after wey I commot for the aeroplane na better fine breeze wey just cool my body well well…

Americans and indeed people of other nationalities living in different cities

across America are afraid. We are all still locked in an inner struggle between our rational and usual way of life and strange but understandable propensity to

yield to a dull but now constant fear and panic.

I thank God for my country, Nigeria. I thank God that my country is so "Third World" that we have not been able to make an enemy big enough to plan a Sept. 11…

Come on, Harry, It's a dog eat dog world. Just as America occasionally feasts on lesser nations, we eat lesser creatures. Try the monkey pepper soup. It's unbeatable.

Saro-Wiwa found sympathetic ears particularly among Nigerian journalists working in the independent press where he was in any case, considered a member of the house…

Humanity may be messy, but it is intrinsically noble, and its existence is justified by certain inalienable rights. Any attempt to demean these rights in any one single individual or group, by an act of political or religious dogmatism, is an affront on the whole community, and should be so perceived and resisted.