Remembering June 12, 1993
Abiola was not only widely respected globally but accepted locally without reservation. People with such national clout today are rare.
Cincinnati and Nigerian zoos
I was not only shocked by the media coverage of the Cincinnati Zoo incident but also by the activism of zoo lovers in the US, most of whom were against the decision to kill Harambe ...
Where are the heroes for the Nigerian youths?
I Looked into the faces of the youngsters on children’s day, and I couldn’t help but love the way they expressed hope in Nigeria. The joy on their faces after the customary march-past was infectious.
Beyond academic insignia - Part 2
So rare is the instance where the unlettered and unenlightened are involved in the direct governmental processes not for a reason of their sub-normality or beastly display...
Age of once-fiery revolutionaries - Part 2
Indeed, visibly belligerent were the socialist/communist ideologues on the left wing, while on the right side, were their similarly non-compromising capitalist and conservative adherents.
Age of once-fiery revolutionaries
By available standards, humanity is revolutionary in thinking and action and usually these two processes are initiated by man’s surrounding circumstances and individual attributes.
NLC strike: Same issue, different politics
Philosophy, what doesn’t exist doesn’t have a name. Right from the days of my late grandmother who always advised us not to be selfish, I have learnt that what goes round, comes around.
Still on David Cameron’s comments
Expectedly, people should react to what can best be described as glib talk by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who has tagged both Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” nations ...