When in Rome…

August 2, 2016 Vera Onana

I   F you ever find yourself anywhere on this planet, where there is no Nigerian, RUN! I had guffawed uncontrollably at the bold assertion my roommate made years ago but as we rocketed through time, […]

Avarice, the hamartia of Africa’s giant

July 19, 2016 Vera Onana

MY My heart sinks into deeper melancholy and mystical perturbation swallows up my spirit like a landslide every time I ruminate over the current economic status of our dear country. Caustic hunger, sweeps through streets, […]

Our diminishing Nigerianism

July 12, 2016 Vera Onana

AS a little girl, mother told me many tales. I do not mean fables or folklores, but amazingly-soothing stories of the Nigerian kindred spirit, the inexplicable sense of solidarity displayed by the average Nigerian. She […]

God will not come down

June 20, 2016 Oluwatoba Olaitan

IT is becoming unarguably irksome and disgusting the way we sit, fold our arms and exclaim ‘God will help us’ over the innumerable ills and adversities that have taken the nation hostage. For decades, submerged […]

1 2 3 4