Deaf poets and deaf story tellers —When shall we see their products
There are over four million deaf people in the South African population of fifty million. For the first time in 2018, South African Sign Language was included...
Six party vs half of a dozen party
The names of the contesting parties in the upcoming student elections at Roadside University come from the English saying that half of a dozen is the same thing as six.
Preferring lightning to light: The case of Haiti
In 1790, the American diplomat and politician Gouverneur Morris compared the French and American Revolutions, saying that the French ‘have taken Genius...
Making Nigeria’s incredible reality believable
Nigeria is a poor country. It has been a poor country since independence. That is why a study of the party political manifestos and the speeches of military-enter-politics for the first time shows an abundance of promises.
Du-Du-Du (mi do mi) Taxing the informal sector in my city - Part 1
Alaba here speaks of the culture of his town, Akure City, Capital of the Sunshine State of Ondo. Culture is our nature. Culture is loveable. It is also laughable especially to those who do not understand it and those who have lost it.
Secundus the third: Enthronement of Secondhand life
Let us begin with the multiple worlds in which we live. We live in three worlds and these three worlds are not unrelated to the three worlds of the living, the dead and the unborn.
Of corruption and organised crime
What is the most scary thing you have ever read in a book? In the course of reading two books recently, I came across the most scary narrative that I have ever read. The two books are This Present...
Is there one thing that must be done?
It is a pleasure always to listen to the solvers of National problems when they propose that all that needs to be done is just one thing. And all the problems of the country would be solved! A subtle reference to six blind men seeking to understand what an elephant looks like would not damp...