In the silence of sounds they came to parapo Kiriji… Of legends born and foes united, a fight for independence. Kiriji the great acclaim of warriors. Shooting their shot for freedom, brothers of a rebellious cause bound by the bonds of oppression. Muddied and bloodied, at the fields of igbajo; unwilling though they came to … More ‘Kiriji’
“The sun goes down and heroes eventually die. But at the end of it all, we’ll all converge to sing a hallelujah chorus to celebrate our triumph…” – Unknown In the midst of our peers there we raved about tomorrow with the light of rebellion in our eyes ablaze. But of tomorrow; it never came. … More Change…
*to be accompanied by the tune of Tekno’s Pana playing in the background. ________________________________________ Last Saturday, the 5th of November 2016 to be precise, the Internet (by Internet, I mean twitter) was abuzz with chatter about a penguin. Apparently, the National Geographic Channel had via its account, tweeted a video (see video here) detailing a … More A Penguin named Folake.
I My Generation: leaders of tomorrow termed, but so hard had we been ignored we doubted our very existence. Leaders of tomorrow on whom the spotlight shone; once almost, we started a revolution but teased with false hopes, we refused to give it a shot thinking we had a light ahead. A generation by the … More For my Generation; A Requiem.
It is the morning of my criminal litigation examination, and as is wont of us students, I’m trying to cram in some last minute details… Currently, I’m reading up on the options available to an accused person when making his plea after the charge preferred against him has been read to him and well… Let’s … More Our law believes in witchcraft?
Kiriji! Kiriji!! In the distance, I hear the thunderous sounds of approaching battle. Kiriji! Kiriji!! My knees buckle, like spoilt beans, i can taste the fear in my mouth; but it shall not be said of me that I, a son of Aduloju; I cowered before the approaching enemy. Kiriji! Kiriji!! That, is the volleying … More Transcendence
“Inspiration comes in the strangest of places… For whilst my peers were trying to make sense of an otherwise boring class, I was busy rhyming the word ‘deed’… “ Femi Ojosu 11|11|15 Written during my sojourn at The Nigerian Law School, Deeds and Deed’nt is a comic attempt at saying, “it’s never that serious.” 😁 … More Deeds and Deed’nt