Silly, Stupid Thinz

The fact that you are not yet wearing a ring on your finger doesn’t mean you are a piece of meat to every Okoro, Emeka, Chinedu, Wasiu, Isiaka, Nnamdi, Chinwoke and Slyvesters of this world. Most especially when these Okoros do not […]

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Anniversary….Appreciation

So I have been off this blogosphere for a while due to the common constraints of our collective nationhood. No internet, poor network, irregular electricity etc. Am happy to be finally back. Thanks to everyone for all the birthday wishes, messages, pings, […]

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Boarding House Memoirs…Episode 8

However, schools of nowadays as I read somewhere on “naijamum’s blog” (private though) have such food like hot dogs and burger, ice cream, jollof rice and chicken, chicken and chips, designer rice, etc on their menu and seem to be better than […]

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Welcome to Kaduna

How I wish I could read the late Uncle Bola Ige’s book ‘Kaduna Boy’ all over again. The book detailed his life experiences, humble beginning and travails as he was brandied away from his humble abode in either Esa-Oke, Osun State or […]

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Protecting His Manhood

I think Nigerian mothers have not done well raising future husbands and fathers. Let’s admit it, we have not scored above average, that is if we achieved average at all. I am looking at the mothers and how they have fared or […]

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A Taste of Northern Hospitality

The nolstagia kept me far awake into the night on the eve of my journey farther north- Zuba- Kafanchan-Kaduna-Zaria. I had heard different tales about the north, yes gory tales about the present north and sweet tales in the past. While growing […]

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