Buhari Beware!

Never equate motion to be progress (Peter Drucker) Tomorrow beckons. It is the dawn of a new day for the most populous black nation. Nigerians by the instrumentality of divine providence and human statemanship on the part of actors in its polity has averted a major disaster. It is very easy to take things for granted. […]

We The People?

A nation gets the type of leaders it deserves. We the people. These are the opening words of the Nigerian constitution. The phrase may seem like a cliché especially as it is the same introduction of the constitution of the United States of America (USA) and many democratic states. The truth however is that the […]

Where is our pride for God’s sake?

When we cry, we shouldn’t stop seeing– African Proverb Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED speech (The Danger of a Single Story) is instructive. The wisdom I gleaned from it is that “When we cry, we shouldn’t stop seeing”. It is true that this country brings out the skepticism and cynicism in her people. The elements (common […]

In your own little corner

When a lie is repeated enough, it becomes the truth. Vanity The best of us has failed. To overcome our human frailties, we must live a disciplined life; rule of the spirit. To master life, we must recognise our fickleness, subscribe to a higher order of living where love (the choice of treating others like […]