Remembering Chibok

Chenemi and Hajarat are what we call bests of friends. From their JSS three when Chenemi moved into boarding school, they've been practically inseparable. Though Chenemi is a Christian and Hajarat is a Muslim. Chenemi noticed the gloom on her friend face at the dining hall. Every inquiry was rebuffed playfully by her friend. She …

We Can

WE CAN It is very easy to point out how the other person is not doing it right. If I am given the opportunity, I will do this and that... Like they say, talk is cheap. Don't even think it that I am gunning for one candidate or routing for the other. It is time …

War against War

Picture courtesy of madukovich.wordpress.com WAR AGAINST WAR Bloated headless bodies floating on the stream. The tributaries clogged with decomposing corpses. The cities are a shadow of its former self. Men walking like living dead. With sunken eyes and hopeless gait scavenging from the diminishing waste. Able bodied young men struggling with dogs. Scavenging for a …

Siting on the wall

SITTING ON THE WALL You and I want to change Nigeria! Read the following conversation between two young graduates. Who are working in a factory as a casual staff. For the sake of this writing, let’s say they are A and B while their supervisor is C. A: O boy, I am tired of this …

Reflection

. It is over a hundred days that the Chibok girls have disappeared into thin air (sorry Sambisa forest, or wherever it is) and our security forces are doing all they can though we are not privy to their concerted effort to release the girls alive. So my mind raised some questions. I am not …