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. Read More “A Bullet For A Rogue Harms Only Thieves”
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. Read More “Being A White Businessman in Nigeria: Part 2”
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. Read More “Being A White Businessman In Nigeria”
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. Read More “Creed Taylor and the Origins of Smooth Jazz”
That Nigeria is gripped by unrelenting mass poverty, despair, and desperation is not in doubt. Yet, the most common claim made by Nigerians about their country is that it is “Sweet.” We look at what makes Nigeria so sweet despite the biting hardships. Read More “Who Eats Who: A Thing That Makes Nigeria Sweet?”
The search for the meaning of the Mufugbens takes an unlikely turn. No longer content with their meaning, the linguistic origins of the words are investigated. Read More “In Search of the Mufugbens”
Nigeria is living proof that in the absence of enforceable institutions and the rule of law, extreme social behaviour becomes permissible and commonplace especially impunity bought through the rule of money.