The Demystification of Mr. Muhammed Buhari

So when there is no shooting inside the Presidential Villa, involving the aides of the First Lady, (an office itself which is a subject...

The George Floyds of Nigeria

The water between us remembers, so we wear our history on our skin, long for a sea-bath and hope the salt will cure what...

Nigerians can breathe…Their lives do not matter

Who would want to be a Nigerian, in the bitterest moments he finds humour, in action, in words, most times beyond the usual. It’s...

COVID19 and Nigeria’s Episodic Leaders

Virus! Silence eats our streets up Mothers hide their babies from the sun Our forebears forbid our visits And the markets cast stones of attrition on us!   Man, where...

COVID19, In Nigeria, more of hunger than anything

The full moon looks like burnt bread—Sukanta Bhattacharya The old English reverend Thomas Malthus was wrong when he wrote that, for eternity, food production would...

COVID-19, Nigeria’s Workers’ Day Political Economy

Elean Thomas (1947-2004), a founder of Jamaica’s Workers Party, in her book Before They Can Speak of Flowers: Word Rhythms (1988) thought about how...

COVID-19, Oh Nigeria, “Gambu”

Gambu You dey sing for thieves Gambu You go sing for me Person wey befriend rat go chop shit but I go Still dey follow you if you you...

COVID-19, Nigeria, and the realities, the changes…

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the reality is not far away, there are changes, is Nigeria ready, great country, great people, poor people, and very...

Nigeria’s COVID19 Blues and many stories

"It is very tiresome on the body, as well as scary on the mind.” A few years ago during the Ebola crisis, my friend Dr....

COVID19; In Nigeria, let’s break Walls and open Windows

Once the palace was built, they hired a guard to keep us out. We slept in the dirt, with the sound of our craft; Our heartbeat...

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