Lest We Forget

a commentary on socio-political developments and institutional policies

Category Archives: In Lighter Mood

Of Icy Hands: Requiem for Death

In Nigeria, twenty-four hours is a long time. Yes, in Nigeria’s sociopolitical environment, it does not rain, it pours. While one is pondering on an event, ten others have happened. While we were yet discussing Saraki’s CCT appearance -to be or not to be, bombs were dropping on Maiduguri.  And when bombs blast there are …

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Interesting Times Are Here

Every night before I fall asleep I get myself engaged with the online version of the newspapers. Thank God for the internet. At least one can read tomorrow’s papers today. So between 10:00 pm and midnight I pore through them. The most facsinating aspect is the commentary posted by other readers. Again, thank God for …

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