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Our lives postponed

Electricity, unemployment, economy, education, security and such likes should ordinarily be at the centre stage but low levels of education across much of Nigeria, and a lack of “ideas” politics […]

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End of the year, so what?

Sometimes being a writer totally sucks but then; writing gives one the unique opportunity of serving as the conscience of the society. Being a professional writer is a strange and […]

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Perambulator

Like several other Africans, I enjoy listening to Fela’s songs. I love music generally but as the late wolrd statesman, Nelson Mandela said in his book Long Walk to Freedom, the […]

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Aniebonam @ 60

In 1999, I was a young reporter, fresh from the university and bubbling with new ideas. I was saddled with the responsibility of producing and anchoring a 30-minute weekly programme […]