Oh! Africa my motherland,
Full of attributes that simplifies better life,
A place where I call home,
Where good characters are sown.
Bestowed with beautiful nature,
Occupied with awesome creatures,
Which cannot be overlooked,
Like the front page of a written book.
Continue reading TAKE ME TO AFRICA
The next time you find yourself complaining about the state of your continent, the next time you find yourself resigning to the status quo, the next time you start looking for a way out or for an easy avenue, remember this, life shrinks and expands to the courage you are willing to cultivate. Our crisis is not of leadership, our crisis is the crisis of youth endangered of never knowing the power of their courage. Continue reading AWAKE AFRICA YOUTH (THE CRISIS OF COURAGE IN OUR PRESENT CENTURY)
ÈKÓ, who exactly are you? You accepted the traditionals trying to appealing to their gods never to lie again in their life,
You even accepted the amen, halleluya and even the “astagafullahi”.
You are free to go, you are free to come,
Just make sure you follow the rules & regulations and let your hand be pure. Continue reading ÈKÓ (LAGOS)
When colour abides and the other decides,
When racism has gotten a place to reside,
Though we have lost the spectra of colours to revive,
The day after tomorrow need to be paid for, to win the prize Continue reading THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW
The prayers in her anthemic anthem needs to be understood to make her outstanding. Let us stand in one accord, with rigid humility, with positive imagination, with reality and realism to make her great and awesome. Happy independence day, Nigeria. God bless you. Continue reading THE RE-BIRTH OF THE NATION; NIGERIA.
In this present time of ours, many attends school to acquiring the certificate and neglecting the skill of understanding human complexity (inability to meeting with different ethnic group and study their lifestyle). Continue reading EDUCATION; The Knowledge or The Certificate
Emotion is always riding inside so many people’s heart when a student fail, why should we keep silence? Education is being treated harshly and not with displine. That, I call, a brutal silence, if we do not find something done to those centres we call special centres per se. Generations to come will suffer. It is a great grievance exploding in my heart that we are nurturing the leaders of tomorrow, with unconcealed corruptible mindset. If we can find solutions to special centres in Nigeria educational system, then our generation will be better and great. Continue reading THE NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM (THE PROBLEM, THE PANACEA AND THE PROSPECT).