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When Religious People Desire Alcohol (Goscolene)
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When Religious People Desire Alcohol (Goscolene)

Goscolene makes us lapotidunious. Some guys I used to roll with, when saying something cryptic in public, would conclude “If you know, you know.” Anyone can listen to certain public utterances, but few may decipher them. The good thing is nothing you read here qualifies as cryptic. Yet, we need not define or explain what lapotidunious means for now. This word wears the coat of mufugbeneity, another adjective which elsewhere is yet without definition, but we will define it. That is what we do. Just a little trust is all we need to assure each other when the means of persuasion are shy. Shyness. Goscolene refuses to be shy. How can the most popular alcoholic drink in the Niger Delta be shy? If oil, the reason for Nigeria’s neo-colonisation, and palm oil the incentive for Nigeria’s colonisation, both products of the Niger Delta, are not shy, why will goscolene be shy? Read More “When Religious People Desire Alcohol (Goscolene)”

Mufugbenous and Mufugbeneity: What Do They Mean?
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Mufugbenous and Mufugbeneity: What Do They Mean?

Since January 2021, friends, acquaintances and even strangers overwhelmed me with questions about a couple of words I often use. I was unaware words can be so intriguing or culturally misplaced. Remarked in my speech and writing, the words creating unexpected curiosity are “Mufugbenous” and “Mufugbeneity.” Read More “Mufugbenous and Mufugbeneity: What Do They Mean?”