Queen’s English Tutor Needed!

1.5 million-naira-a-term school fees doesn’t make a child to have an expensive brain. Most parents hyperventilate over unnecessary things: the schools their children go to, the extra-curricular activities they participate in, the type of yoghurt they lick during break times... but they do not even think of the child… the child! If he/she is learning … Continue reading Queen’s English Tutor Needed!

Now we know why the president scrapped the Office of the First Lady

Our Buhari has successfully turned himself to a laughing stock. He owes Nigerians a continuous apology for inveighing heavily against his wife in Germany, a country headed by a headstrong female; especially when the world is becoming sensible enough to jettison the unnecessary baggage of female discrimination [in any form] and when we are in … Continue reading Now we know why the president scrapped the Office of the First Lady

They Call Him Nyerere

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A man of but a few “choice” words,

Plucked from the tree of wisdom,

A sense of humor behind every sentiment

Reality and truth in every sentence

They call him Nyerere but i call him the epitome of selflessness

A government of the people,for the people,by the people

Humanism before wealth was his motto

His was a regime geared to service than power

A man sensitive to the people’s needs

They call him Nyerere but i call him the epitome of selflessness

The greatest statesman ever lived

A portrait of what it means to be a patriot

A promoter of unity even in diversity

Sensitivity to the people describes his true self

They call him Nyerere but i call him the epitome of selflessness

Ujamaa  an integration of Africa’s communal life & socialism

Self sacrificing officials hiding the call of servant hood

Leading by example a true definition of a…

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No More Fire!: For Jesse, 1998 [In  An Elegiac tone] by Tega Oghenechovwen

Yesterday, in my local parish I heard the congregation sing with a now-now expectancy: God of Elijah, send  down fire!   God of Elijah, send  down fire!   God of Elijah, send  down fire!   God of Elijah, send  down fire! Clapping and basking in a spiritual conflagration, Waking bitter memories trying to use a … Continue reading No More Fire!: For Jesse, 1998 [In  An Elegiac tone] by Tega Oghenechovwen