I will be very frank with you; despite the raging debates over the past six months or so, I had not the slightest intention of writing on this contentious and controversial issue of fuel subsidy…Continue
In my opinion, and as a black man, the whole of this Sepp Blatter racism row smacks of hypocrisy. Sepp Blatter is no more racist than the average white European or American. Tiger Wood's former…Continue
How insensitive can President Goodluck Jonathan be? For even nominating the wife of ex-convict, Olabode George, Roli George, to the Board of the National Census Commission, is a collective insult and…Continue
After spending about 2 hours on the queue in the hot sun, I've finally got myself accredited for voting later in the day (that means I go home and return after a while to do the voting itself).But do…Continue
1. not within proper or reasonable limits; immoderate; excessive: He drank an inordinate amount of wine.
2. unrestrained in conduct, feelings, etc.: an inordinate admirer of beauty.
3. disorderly; uncontrolled.
4. not regulated; irregular: inordinate hours. Greed and inordinate ambition lead to great human tragedy
“He that seeks to be great by all means seeks the path of…Continue
Apotheosis (from Greek, apotheoun "to deify"; in Latin deificatio "making divine"; also called divinization and deification) is the glorification of a subject to divine level. The term has meanings in theology, where it refers to a belief, and in art, where it refers to a genre (Wikipaedia).
In theology, the term apotheosis refers to the idea that an individual has been raised to godlike stature. In art, the term refers to the treatment of any subject (a figure, group, locale, motif,…Continue
Many Nigerians were expectedly shocked, concerned and apprehensive at the news on 07 March 2013 that the (notorious, inept and ineffective) Nigerian House of Representatives is planning to include immunity for federal legislators in the on-going amendment of the 1999 constitution, with the bills passing a second reading, and inevitably will be overwhelmingly passed as an Act.
It was reported thus: “a bill for an act to alter the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 by…Continue
"Money and Corruption Are ruining the land, Crooked politicians Betray the working man, Pocketing the profits And treating us like sheep, And we're tired of hearing promises, That we know they'll never keep." –Ray Davies.
Once upon a time in America, a man named Willie Sutton was asked why he robbed banks.
He replied: "Cos that’s where the money is".
It was an uncomplicated philosophy which served him well until he…Continue