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Eni to kan lo mo

Years ago, before I had my first hip replacement, I lived in excruciating pain. The kind of pain that even today, I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. I went through aboniki like water, but it couldn’t reach the pain, … Continue reading

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Vote for my choice or die!!!

Melodramatic enough for you? Nollywood has nothing on me! I went on Twitter earlier today, and gathered that the Oba of Lagos had allegedly threatened Igbo leaders and by association their tribesmen, with death if they did not vote for … Continue reading

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Soliloquy

Things have changed, yet everything is still the same. I have no excuses for my absence, no explanations either. Today though, I need catharsis. An outlet for all the thoughts that rage through, incessantly. I wonder at what is happening … Continue reading

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See me, see aso-ebi trouble…! Part 3

 If you haven’t already, please read Part 1 here, and Part 2 here. Saturday morning, I woke up early. I suspected an allergy had flared up during the night, and glancing into a mirror confirmed this. My right eye, eyelids … Continue reading

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I wish… (or the peeves of a reality television viewer…Part 3)

MasterChef, this one is for you! MasterChef is a cookery competition that started in 1990 in the UK. It has evolved a few times into the format known and loved today. It is so successful that it has been exported … Continue reading

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Answer me this….

….does it make you feel better? This constant assertion that because he had never been to Nigeria, he is not Nigerian? ….does the colour of his passport lessen the heinousness of his murderous act? The cold-blooded hacking down of a … Continue reading

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For Elnathan’s* Nigeria: How to be a witness to injustice

You are Nigerian, and proudly so. Nothing fazes you, no matter how bad things are, you are reassured by the knowledge that ‘e go better’. Your finger is always on the pulse of things, You are so interwoven into the … Continue reading

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