DEAR MOTHER NIGERIA – TAMILORE CLINTON

Dear Mother Nigeria, I bear grave news News that has traveled and reached the leafy ears of Mother Nature I bring it to you before you hear it from the whispers of the wind Or from the walls that gossip Your children have gone astray Your sons have defiled the nations While your daughters turn … Continue reading DEAR MOTHER NIGERIA – TAMILORE CLINTON

MMUOMMIRI – ARINOLA OSOSANYA

“Uncle! Uncle Osinachi! Come and buy red pepper from me, na. The freshest wans avelebuh. You can’t find this type anywhere o” Daluchi, my wife’s fellow market-seller shouted. She said this to grab my attention and greet me as she often does when I come to the market to visit my beloved, Adaku. I waved … Continue reading MMUOMMIRI – ARINOLA OSOSANYA

SECOND CHANCES – ARINOLA OSOSANYA

Mr Abiodun watched, flabbergasted as the building burned before his eyes in the dead of night. Oh, how the flames engulfed the structure and licked the already black wood, ravenous for more. The flickers reflected in his dark eyes, as a couple wept bitterly next to him. These were his neighbours, and this was the … Continue reading SECOND CHANCES – ARINOLA OSOSANYA

Our Founding Perspective

  People often argue that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, that one can only be deemed beautiful if the judge believes they are. It is inevitable that different judges have different opinions, giving rise to some sort of conflict which, by numerous traditions, is often resolved by an “ultimate” or “worthy”; possibly … Continue reading Our Founding Perspective