Even though the duty of government to provide for the needs of its citizens is not binding constitutionally especially in Nigeria as sections 17(3)(a)(b)(c) of the constitution which provide that; “The state shall direct its policy towards ensuring that- all citizens, without discrimination on any group whatsoever, have the opportunity for securing adequate means of … Continue reading RUINAS DE LA JUSTICIA
Yeah! after several leap years of colonial rule by Brother Britain, we eventually collected our independence in 1960. About 2160 days later the whole country was thrown into a scream-shout-siren atmosphere. We were running in stew, utter confusion, and knowledgeable ignorance of what had happened. Quickly, I brought out my Camon C8 which my babe … Continue reading VOTE MEYOU FOR PRESIDENT: Nigeria’s Long Awaited Messiah.
If you do a microscopic scanning of the political system from the Federal to the State level of Government, you would discover that there are a lot of 'OLD' people in the system; for me old in age, mind cum brain. We the youth have all folded our hands complaining and nagging, praising them insultingly and waiting for God to come SOS.
CYBER CRIMES IN NIGERIA:PRECIPITATING FACTORS EFFECTS AND REGULATORY CONSTRAINTS Written by FREDRICK A.S OKAGUA a guest writer, and a 500 Level Final Year Law Student of the Faculty of Law, University of Benin. INTRODUCTION A computer as well as cyber survey was conducted recently by the Global Computer Crime and Security Experts has observed Nigeria as the … Continue reading CYBER-CRIMES
“CROOKED heaven bar” the signboard blinking like Christmas lights reads above my head and I almost chuckle to myself but for a couple of big black guys dishing out grim looks. I immediately swallow my laugh and step into the bar: a world of soft music, indistinct quietness and dim lights pouring from moody chandeliers. … Continue reading Love Scorned Part 4
The sun sets late in Orient city like a visitor overstaying his welcome but it does not stop streetlights from blinking above countless heads, hanging loose in the distance like tiny candlelight glows held by threads amidst a flock of crawling headlights that make pools of mirage on the tarmac. Unlike the tiny twinkles of … Continue reading Love Scorned Part 3
To read the First Part of this story, click here. There is something refreshing about anger, especially if you’ve been starved of it for so long. I’m walking across the busy streets of Orient city, Sheoul provincial capital; my hands tuck deep in the pockets of my leather jacket, humming a tone to myself. I’m … Continue reading Love Scorned Part 2
“You’re a liar!” she bellows from across the room, her eyes the smolder of red coals, and glassy too, intensifying the glow therein. “Ema please list_“ “Do not Ema me Nelson, do not!” she screams. “Can you let me explain?” My voice slips out, calmer, surprising me. It is sounding less dejected than it should … Continue reading LOVE SCORNED (A short story)
All over the world, education is placed in high esteem. It is a major tool of civilisation and transformation, as well as an effective weapon against ignorance. Education is a thing to be desired, a thing every man must get. Education is still one of the most valuable assets of mankind, even though along the … Continue reading EDUCATION: NOT ENOUGH!
Before reading this peice, I advice that you go to a secluded area where you an laugh unhindered without being gazed at as a Yaba-Left candidate. It was originally published in Premium Times Newspaper, written by an astute social commentator after a certain Yoruba man employed by an Ijaw man took to Twitter too pour … Continue reading A YORUBA MAN’S ERROR