A requiem for 2020 in Nigeria

So there was this Hausa man who want to see a Yoruba native witch doctor (babalawo), of the native doctor he requested a voodoo...

The Fowl on a journey inside the basket does not know where it will...

There is this African riddle and I think it is most appropriate today and for the few words I have. The riddle asks, if...

Salome Abuh, and the cost of a Nigerian life

The kangaroo, and the chameleon set out to visit the turtle, after days in the forest trekking, they were almost at the turtle's home,...

…No end of year rice for Nigeria

By next week it would be December, the month of Christmas, better put the last month of the year, so just some 30 plus...

Hate Speech Coup, and Beer Parlor Gist in Nigeria

A coup is a curious thing. Those who make the coup never admit that they have made the coup. They claim that they are...

In Nigeria; don’t kill yourself, please laugh

In 2017, Issa Shivji delivered the Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Issa, who taught at the...

My friend Sowore…and what really is ours

To the thinking man, the world is a comedy; to the feeling man, it's a tragedy. I think all the time--Ken Saro Wiwa. The young...

Let us break something in Nigeria

I know from experience that criticisms, even apparently destructive criticisms, are helpful to government—Lateef Jakande, former governor of Lagos state When Houston energy worker...

Nigeria; what are we borrowing these trillions for?

Debts are nowadays like children begot with pleasure but brought forth in pain So is it news that we have roads that have collapsed or...

Mu masangano, the crossroads with Aisha Buhari, and Tasha

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you on board this flight and to the new edition of Inzozi Magazine. Sit back, relax...

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