LIVE FOREVER, FIDEL CASTRO

I wish you wouldn’t see this as a review of Fidel Castro’s life. The whole day yesterday, till now has seen me jumping from one review onto another, of this great icon since his passing yesterday. The electronic media as well didn’t let up, from covering the celebrations in Miami by Cuban exiles in reaction […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (3)

He had expected that completing his registration would be hitch-free, what he didn’t expect was the speed with which it went. If he’d decided to go do his registration the day he went sightseeing, he’d have finished and still visited all the places he wanted to same day. His schoolmates were drawn from all parts […]

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OF THE SUPERMOON, A PYRAMID & A SPHINX

Like other earthlings who heard about the appearance of a supermoon for Monday the fourteenth of November this year, I was more than thrilled to observe the event, seeing that it’s been more than seven decades since the moon had come this close to earth, and would take another two decades or more to see […]

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BIBLE STORIES (20): ABRAHAM’S BLESSINGS

This being my special day, I have spent a good deal of time pondering what to write in commemoration. Seeing that I had sometime ago restricted myself to qwertying only things pertaining to the religious on Sabbath days, the choice I was to make became all the more obvious, only that I must then modify […]

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JIGAWA CORPER (XI)

He woke up the following morning, all too glad that it will be his last day in camp, but with trepidation regarding where he’ll be posted as his place of primary assignment. The best scenario for him will mean been posted to the same place as his sociologist girlfriend, but having done absolutely nothing about […]

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BIBLE STORIES (19): ABRAHAM’S TRIAL

What I am about to post here is one of the most controversial stories in the Bible, especially when it comes to understanding the nature of YAHWEH, and his relationship to, and with man. Interestingly, I had written about this sometime ago, not as part of this series, but in relation to an Islamic festival […]

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WHILE IN PORT HARCOURT (2)

I usually travel light, doing much of the play and enjoyment without, rather than within the hotels I lodge in on my journeys. It is for this reason that I prefer two or three star hotels that won’t cost much, since most times I go in there to rest or sleep after the heck of […]

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