My Name Follows Me is a story of the untold effects of names given to men on their initiation into fraternities. The story tells of Evo, a young man who unwittingly joins a university campus grown fraternity and finds himself in continual hopeless circumstances because of his new identity.
Efe Ajagba: Time of Reckoning Heavyweight boxing contender, Efe Ajagba, hails from a old tradition of fist-fighter and seeks the professional heavyweight title belt as he did fighting as an amateur. He has had his run of fighting journeymen. The only way he will win that title is to beat the best.
A Bullet For A Rogue Harms Only Thieves The truth is often a bullet and few people understand such as much as than rogues in power and the corrupt. Punishment for truth-telling is thus a common tactic the powerful use to silence or pepper those without the audacity speak-up.
An further view of White privilege among the power elite and bureaucrats in Nigeria. National Pride appears to vanish when technical business is required by public servants who delight in their private proximities and intimacies with Whites.
An introductory view of White privilege as it happens in the corridors of power in Abuja, Nigeria and elsewhere in the country with regards to doing business. This is rendered in comparison to Black denial hurled at Nigerians in the same places.
Creed Taylor and the Origins of Smooth Jazz There few people who popularised and brought money into jazz like producer, Creed Taylor, did. Beginning with creating the international Bossa Nova phenomenon of the 1960s, he went on to pioneer smooth jazz in definitive terms.