i sing to the deaf and walk away (i sing my soul) i sing to defy the girl who would not listen (i sing my soul) i am the resilient bird, returning to serenade every dawn i sing and go away (i sing my soul).
Twenty eight state governments in Nigeria owe their civil servants many months’ salary. The ramifications of this statistic are impossible to quantify. Any sketch belittles the full measure of the human suffering involved. But the fact remains that breadwinners in the states’ employ have been rendered impotent. They face the threat
Last week’s Senate elections that saw Bukola Saraki notch the red chamber’s top seat with a blockbusting walkover precipitated a lot of nitpicking. All the perceptible nuances of the drama have been analyzed. The main characters and their sponsors have been judged; commended and condemned. However, the precipitate romanticizing of
When I alighted from the bus, I wasn’t prepared for any shock. I wasn’t ready for anything other than certainties. It was a Friday. The banking hall would be cold and close to empty. It won’t have the crowd, the air of mixed odors and the officious busyness of other
In one of his first calls, President Muhammadu Buhari appointed former university lecturer, Mallam Garuba Shehu and Mr. Femi Adesina, the President of the Nigeria Guild of Editors, spokesmen. Shehu will serve as Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media and Publicity) and Adesina, Special Adviser to the President (Media