Poets' Thursday

Poets’ Thursday: Creed

Dear Fatherland, In numbers we die even after the tie. Are we still one when from ourselves we run? Neglecting peace, expecting our pieces. Am I prey for murder because I pray not like my brother? From a difference of latitudes to a difference of attitudes Different phases of terror. First there was the aqua […]

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JUST EDUCATED OR LITERATE (2)

Read the first part of this essay HERE   Another angle to this matter of educated illiteracy is Religion. The motto here in Nigeria is that ‘with God, everything is possible’. Now as a Christian I believe in miracles. They happen, but let us be reasonable here. Faith and hard work go hand in hand; […]

Learned-people-vs-Illiterate-people

JUST EDUCATED OR LITERATE

As a child I used to think that the word ‘illiterates’ was a word used to describe those who did not go to school, i.e. the uneducated. Then I grew up and discovered the worst kind of illiterates, this bunch whom I shall refer to as the educated illiterates. Even with their degrees, these ‘elites’ […]

Deliverance

DELIVERANCE: THE PENULTIMATE

Miracle opened the miniature gate with a series of loud squeaks. Her head snapped up at the patter of retreating feet, and the scene before her elicited a gasp. Two empty metallic drums sat next to each other on their sides, held in place by rubber slippers slipped between them and the ground. Beyond the […]

Deliverance

Deliverance – the finale

  Nowhere else but in WAW could the conclusion of a two-part story come so long after the first, and yet be appreciated. For your patience and understanding, I thank you beautiful people. You rock, yes you! If you missed the first part, don’t scroll down yet; click on Deliverance to start from the start […]

PQ

Hi hi hi 🙂 Yes I missed you more, thank you. Flavour’s ‘Golibe’ and Solid Star’s ‘Oluchi’ were on repeat on both my phone and laptop through the entire holidays. If you know wassup that should hint you on the state of my heart affairs. And you – yes, you – are a major reason […]

THE LECTERN: MAY I HAVE SEX WITH YOU?

In this month’s edition of ‘The Lectern’, Tobe Osigwe writes about sex, sex education and where we have got it all wrong…as of yet.  That we might read… Plato the classical Greek philosopher believed that dramatists should be banished from the society. His reason was that dramatists are imitators of reality; therefore they are liars, […]

MESSAGE FROM TB Joshua

I have not seen any subsequent messages, separating the preacher from the message below which was culled from https://www.facebook.com/tbjministries. I have highlighted in BOLD, for your anointed reading pleasure, my favorite paragraph of the entire message. SUNDAY 28.09.2014 Good morning church and viewers all over the world. I want to thank you for your prayer […]