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Tuesday Morning.

Floating in the water disturbing no one were sacks of crude oil being carried ashore. They were carefully packed in transparent polyethylene bags. Each sack containing approximately 5 liters of raw crude oil. A small ship at a safe distance was dropping them into the water, the current was carrying it down river to these guys who rescued the packages with a skill that can only be attained from practice.

The Angel

The screeches of tires from the street behind me alerted everyone, shortly after, two blazing cars skidded into the boulevard, drivers faces twisted in rage. The skidding stopped and both drivers managed to get out of the cars right before they kissed the sky in a fiery embrace. They exploded, you might want to say,…

A Nobel’s Endorsement and the Extents of a Nation’s Gullibility

Fact is that the Buhari government had become too unpopular for Soyinka to endorse it publicly. The next best thing, therefore, was to offer support in invisible ways. Indeed, Soyinka knew better than anyone that Moghalu stood no realistic chance. The performance of his running mate at the vice presidential debate was a rude awakening to Nigerians that perhaps their best leadership materials are very much resident in the PDP and the APC.