So while the leaders slept, the house caught fire. They assumed the trouble was afar off. That the people would remain quiet. But, they thought wrong. Because the fire is … Continue reading A CRY FOR FREEDOM AND JUSTICE (PART 3)
Years went by, as mothers and fathers wept for their children who never returned home.Yet it seemed life continued as usual.The Men in Uniform got bolder in their atrocious and … Continue reading A CRY FOR FREEDOM AND JUSTICE (Part 2)
60 years after Independence, we still cry to be free. Our Government treats us just as bad as the Colonial Masters. Maybe even worse, that is what makes it so … Continue reading A CRY FOR FREEDOM AND JUSTICE (Part1)
Dear Readers and followers, A lot has happened since I penned my post for Nigeria’s 60th Independence Anniversary. You may have noticed I have not posted since the first week … Continue reading REFLECTIONS OF A BROKEN HEART
““Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness.” ~Matthew … Continue reading The Lessons Gained from The Parable of the Bag of Gold
After my first trip to New York in May 2018, I knew without a doubt that I needed to see more of the city. Well, I got my chance a … Continue reading Adventures in New York (Part 2)
Today my country, Nigeria, celebrates 60 years of Independence. That is a huge deal, but there is really not much celebration going on. Many people are jaded, others have lost … Continue reading What Should I Say About Nigeria?