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Poem: Tears of Motherhood

Who can wipe her tears?Tears of motherhoodShe pants in fearsFears of the unknownUnknown gunmen habouring her daughterHer hope of better tomorrowHope dashed in piecesAs...

World Press Freedom Day: Are We Really Free?

Every year World Press Freedom Day is celebrated on May 3 to commemorate journalists and highlight the difficulties they face while reporting truth. As we celebrate this...

Graduates Without ‘Sense’ (Part 4)

Don’t wait for opportunity… This particular edition of ‘Graduates without sense’ is garnished with the vital information you need to become...

Graduates Without ‘Sense’ (Part 3)

Get it right… Following the last edition where we x-rayed some of the major challenges Nigerian graduates faced in the labour market, I told us ‘there is no...

Graduates Without ‘Sense’ (Part Two)

In our previous conversation, I introduced us to a character (the amputee hawker) who amid all odds took it upon herself to hawk in the streets of Lagos in spite of her...

Graduates Without ‘Sense’ (Part One)

The choice of the topic ‘Graduates without sense’ is a deliberate, planned and well-thought action by the writer to correct some mental abnormalities among...

Must-Read Poem: Banditti

Woe unto the city fathers inflicting pain on usMerrying in vanitySquandering of bloody pennyTransacting with criminalsThe New Sheriff in townOh, when will this madness...

Educated But Jobless: A Call to Action

Imagine a graduate with top-notch emblem for excellence seeking for job in a country where politicians collect billions in the guise of wardrobe allowance. How do we...

IGP’s Service Extension: Why Buhari Got it Wrong

On September 16, 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Nigeria Police Force (Establishment) Bill into law. The law replaces its 1943 colonial antecedent which has...

Kogi Home of Horror Where Snakes, Mosquitos Chase Patients From Wards: A Call to Action

“Let there be peace again in Ibaji,” “Silence is a crime,” “Make Ibaji Great Again”, and “We must fight for our rights” were the words of Kogi youths...