Soooo…. Just now, I was scrolling through my notes and I found a message I drafted over a month ago I intended to send to someone special… I rather kinda forgot… Then days later, I promised to send her a long ass voice note and just ramble… just the way she likes em🙈🙈🙈… ps: she … More For Ayodele
Z… Z is for zoology, the study and the science of zoos*. A zoo is a place where a wild assortment of animals are kept… Just like the Nigerian Senate, they’re best left in a cage. 😏 Z… Z is for zygote. A spring of hope for things to come; that beneath the mania and … More Z…
“That which became a mountain, like play like play, began as an ordinary leave.” – Robert Mugabe, 2059 You see ehn, it all started when our daddy; Bubu the incorruptible, just like any other agile leader on the face of the earth, who has the weight of an entire nation resting on his shoulders decided … More The Return of Baba
In the first month of the third year of the reign of Daddy Bubu; King over all of Nigeria, two years after the recession, the word of the Lord came to Innocent the son of Idibia, keeper of musical instruments saying… “My son, I have watched with great sadness and utter derision from my throne … More The Gospel according to Innocent, the son of Idibia.
For Peju, Seyi, Ayodele, Leo, Caleb, Dunsin… Always in my corner, always pushing me to do more cause well… They have this unerring belief that I can do more… For Blessing who showed me that introspection is good for the soul, and who unwittingly inspired this piece. Tabula Rasa: Latin for ‘Blank Slate’, an opportunity … More New year New resolutions: The “Tabula Rasa” Effect.
By its nature, the national anthem of a nation is a reflection of its history and traditions. Its eulogy is such that it evokes in the hearts of its citizenry a feeling of self-worth, pride and assurance. The National Anthem of Nigeria “Arise, O Compatriots” was composed in 1978 to evoke the above mentioned feelings … More Arise, O Compatriots?
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’