BIBLE STORIES VII: THE FIRST TITHE

You’d recall that Lot chose a “well watered Sodom and Gomorrah, even as the garden of YAHWEH, like the land of Egypt…”, though “…the men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before YAHWEH exceedingly”, in the last installment of Bible Stories. I guess he must have had some early successes there considering that the land […]

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THE THIRTY SIXTH

Coming into the world wasn’t uneventful. His parents couldn’t leave the hospital till he recuperated (infact his mother used to taunt him with words such as “since he didn’t die at birth, he wouldn’t die again”, and for a while he thought he lived a charmed life), but that didn’t stop the celebrations that greeted […]

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ANAMBRA DECIDES

Anambrarians will go to the polls tomorrow, to elect a governor that’ll steer the ship of state for the next 4 years. One of Nigeria’s small states, with enviable political history, but unfortunately like the proverbial Giant that consistently shoots itself in the foot, Anambra remains at the level of eternal potentio, appearing incapable of […]

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE ANT

Ants, I love them. Not in the sense of having them swarm allover me, my food or my belongings. I actually can’t stand them, and once in a while I quash some a’dem astraying ‘pon me skin, and that’s not personal, just an act permitted by nature to check their proliferation. I however, like the […]

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LET THERE BE LIGHT!

It looked like it was never going to happen, but it did. Finally, on the 1st of November, 2013 Nigeria’s behemoth of inefficiency was handed over to various investors. I know it’s still early to measure the difference from what used to obtain and what’s obtainable now, but the fact that today holds more hope […]

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