Metele is a shame. Metele is saddening. Metele is one massacre too many. Metele should never have occurred. Metele should not happen anywhere else ever again. … More Metele: A Fork in History?
A group of classmates talk about their lives’ struggles, pouring out emotions that none might have guessed. Hidden behind neat masks lies real struggles. … More When Emotions Spill
“Thus we would pass from the earth and its toiling,
Only remembered by what we have done” … More Death and the Anger Thereof
This week, in a peaceful community in Cross River State, an anomaly occurred. A vivacious young man committed suicide. It’s an anomaly because Nigerians are not known for suicides. Our propensity to hope is matchless. A recent poll ranked Nigeria as the “most positive country”. How then do we now have a suicide on our hands? … More A Silent Killer
Every day, millions of Nigerians ply the country’s vast road networks. The belief by most, despite some doubters, is that they would get to their respective destinations, and would return to their homes at the end of the day, the state of the roads notwithstanding. For many, their wishes come true, but for some, their … More Need For Speed: The Death
“The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose” —Myles Munroe The world is in shock to learn of the death of Dr. Myles Munroe, a pastor and motivational speaker, whose teachings on leadership, purpose, Christian character, relationships, and many other themes, changed the thinking patterns of millions of individuals … More Myles Munroe: A Life of Impact
So I finally got to finish my first politics-themed book. After years of reading mystery, romance, Christian, and everything else, I guess it’s time to move into a new territory.