Category Archive: Politics

God Blessed Nigeria #GodBlessNigeria

I just finished reading some of the stories from the ‘Humans of New York’ Facebook page and I must say, Nigeria in all her troubles have been greatly blessed. When you read stories… Continue reading


Inaugural speech by His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari following his swearing-in as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on 29th May, 2015   I am immensely grateful to God who has preserved… Continue reading

#NigeriaDecides: Change 2015

For almost 5days, I have been off. I have been busy following the updates of the Nigeria 2015 elections and I am proud to say that I am a part of Nigeria’s history.… Continue reading

Concerning The Freedom of Speech

“As for you, my friends, you were called to be free. But do not let this freedom become an excuse for letting your physical desires control you. Instead, let love make you serve… Continue reading

Nigeria Election 2015: The Worlds Business

As Nigeria decides who will be her next President come May 29, the world stays alert taking notes of the actions, gestures, speeches and reactions of the two major political parties while constantly… Continue reading

The People’s General

Slim and tall Fresh and calm White and blue You already know who he is He was once the head of state A military dictator Who introduced discipline And fought corruption Yes! He… Continue reading


The devil you know is better than the angel you don’t know is one of the various lies and antics the elders use in retaining the loyalty of the kids. They say this… Continue reading

Chasing The Wind

Growing up He was a fisher man’s son With no shoes on his feet Trekked to school barefooted And queued for hours to get free milk He graduated with Doctorate A PHD holder… Continue reading

Can You Relate?

“Someone may rise from poverty to become king of his country, or go from prison to the throne, but if in his old age he is too foolish to take advice, he is… Continue reading

A Note To The Nigerian Youths

The Nigerian Pledge is a solemn promise all Nigerians have taken knowingly or unknowingly, either forced or willingly at one point or the other but how many Nigerians do keep to that which they… Continue reading