It pays to steal big in Nigeria.

Pic 1 & 2Two men reportedly burnt alive in Mbaise, Imo state, for allegedly robbing in the neighbourhood. Pic 3 & 4Nigerian politician who allegedly stole his people dry and is facing trial in the courts. Supreme Court ordered a retrial due to technicalities surrounding his earlier conviction. Note: If you want to steal inContinue reading “It pays to steal big in Nigeria.”

Religious tolerance in Nigeria is a sham.

Arrested for breaching the lockdown rules the busy body Nigerian police swung into action and arrested a man who broke the same rules his Christian and Muslim counterparts broke. While pastors and Imam got a slap on the wrist, some where ignored while the misinformed citizens on the pandemic quoting conspiracy theories on 5G andContinue reading “Religious tolerance in Nigeria is a sham.”

Nigerian Leaders best at Organising Fornication.

By Osaretin Victor Asemota We traveled with Nigerian legislators to a conference in South Africa 2001. Minutes after we arrive before we get to Sun City, we stop at Sandton and they have call-forwarded babes. I wish Nigerian men can be as efficient in governance as they are at organizing fornication. Nigerian men go toContinue reading “Nigerian Leaders best at Organising Fornication.”

Nigerians needs to decide what they want.

Sometimes it’s good to look at things logically rather than emotionally. Now let’s now look at this properly. FG charged Nigerians 297000 Naira approximately £650 for accommodation in a hotel (privately owned). Why should the Tax payer pay for the rich who could afford to travel abroad on vacation or business But are stranded dueContinue reading “Nigerians needs to decide what they want.”

A king is as powerful as it’s subjects.

I saw a post of a guy on Twitter talking about what happened in Kano can never happen in Edo state. No offence to my Edo people but that belief is not true and can only be valid as long as Nigeria/Edo state do not elect a Mad Governor/President. Kingdom of Benin, also known asContinue reading “A king is as powerful as it’s subjects.”

“Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter”

By Uba Acho Countless times I’ve had to agonisingly listen to fellow Africans being grateful for slavery and colonisation, because to them, if the whitemen did not come, Africa would’ve remained a ‘dark continent’ Africa would’ve remained ‘uncivilised’ They are convinced Africa and Africans were savages dying of hunger, starvation and diseases until the whiteContinue reading ““Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter””

A Nation with misplaced priorities.

By Chukwuemeka Samuel Nwaiwu LWKMH (Laugh want kill me here) So the worst performing state on education Zamfara State Government has launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the situation where some pages of the Qur’an were found in the sewage in a primary school on Friday. led to the immediate closure of the schoolContinue reading “A Nation with misplaced priorities.”

AtikuIsNotComing

I remember making a post sometime in August I tagged #AtikuIsNotComing. I hope my fellow Atiku friends and PDP sympathisers will finally come to terms with reality. I hope we can all move on now and start playing the normal opposition role. We need to start putting pressure on the current administration to reform theContinue reading “AtikuIsNotComing”

Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa.

It’s really sad to see the news coming out from South Africa, this is it “Phobia” many seen not to know how deadly phobia can be. Sometimes we keep quite just because it’s not happening to us. The international media chooses which news is worth highlighting, based on each countries national interest. We all frownContinue reading “Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa.”

The Yam Eaters

By Emeka Samuel Nwaiwu. I think it’s time to go renew my SIA License….. After the humiliation suffered by on of the elite Nigerian politician in Germany at a new yam festival. The Nigerian political elites are trying to push a bill upon resumption of parliamentary proceedings after the summer recess, which would give themContinue reading “The Yam Eaters”