To Kill an Enemy

Somewhere in Eastern Nigeria, 16th of June, 1968 I avoided looking at the dead man’s face even as I approached. My intention was to quickly search the body for weapons and ammunitions. I wasn’t particularly picky, even a knife would do at the moment. Guilt scratched at the back of my mind, preaching a sentimental... Continue Reading →

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Period 102

  There are two times I remember intense pain waking me from sleep. One was a bad case of food poisoning in my first year at the university; nearly died. The second was when I was in JSS 2 or JSS 3, can't remember. It felt like a chainsaw was let loose in my stomach.... Continue Reading →

They Are Riling Us Up, Yet We Do Nothing

Here's President Buhari not-so-shocking statement on Nigerian youths at the Commonwealth Conference at London.  “More than 60 percent of the population is below 30, a lot of them haven’t been to school and they are claiming that Nigeria is an oil producing country, therefore, they should sit and do nothing, and get housing, healthcare, education... Continue Reading →

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