On Regular Programming

Today, I am reminded that there are times we plan stuffs and it doesn't materialise like we want it to be. This morning, Silas and I purported that we should be at Ado-Ekiti by 6pm, see few friends and maybe enjoy the special dialects, see the iconic stretch of dusty houses in the hinterland of … Continue reading On Regular Programming


Beautiful she isBut she is under attackUnder a confinementTo bow to the forces Perceptions disgracedWhile deception acceptedFooled in everydayUnder the guise of service Her beauty must not seeThe daylight except the nightTo accept the beautiful liesAnd detest the ugly truth No more tragic plays of SenecaShe's used to comedy of errorsIn turn, laughter is hidden … Continue reading Nigeria