I am trying very hard to take my mind off the politicking going on in Nigeria, but this is difficult. I can’t even seem to blog any other thing but politics. Anyway, I guess that’s the direction of the tides, lemme just flow along… And that brings me back to politics matter again, this time, as it concerns me; how disenfranchised I am for this 14 and 28 February 2015 elections.
Thursday, 29 January 2015
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Hello friends. Hope you are aware of the happenings in our country this period. The Elections are just around the corner, and the tempo is building up. Political rallies here and there. Everywhere you turn, you see banners and posters of different sizes and classes. Putting on your television and staying tuned to local channels, its either you see one political jingle or political debate or a live cast of a political campaign being broadcast. Even our cyber space too is not left out (just like I am doing now seeef). “I tire o!” My blogging today is inspired by all these, as I try to make out sense out of a whole lot.
Tuesday, 13 January 2015
In the past few days, the foreign and local press has been filled with news of the killing of 17 people in France and the coverage was massive. Leaders from different nations including our own president, Goodluck Jonathan sent consolatory messages to the president and the people of France over the unfortunate incident.
This same period boko haram attacked Baga, destroyed many homes, taking lives of innocent