Dear South Africa, Do you see the shame you bring upon Africa? What happened to the love of Africans by Africans? Why have u let a few lazy and emotional twisted natives define u as a nation? Why killing Nigerians? South Africa has some of the biggest businesses in Nigeria today, They are secured, nobody … Continue reading Say No To Xenophobia
Midwestern Grammar School Fugar P.O. BOX 4 16TH March, 1975 Dear Sweet, Time and ability plus double capacity has forced my pen to dance automatically on this benedicted sheet of paper. I hope you're swimming in the wonderful pool of Mr. Health there. I am also parambulating in the cool breeze of wellness here. Sweetie … Continue reading How School Boys Used To Write Letters To Girls in The 60s, 70s & 80s
Sunday is usually the most confusing day of the week to me! Reason being that, I find it difficult to differentiate between the professing daughters of Zion and the daughters of Jezebel. I see professing daughters of Zion in Jezebel appearance, walking with stretch out necks, wanton eyes, walking and mincing as they go, some … Continue reading Spirit of The Strange Woman
Let this silence not be mistake for cowardice For we are brave, warlikeAnd even potentially brutalBut we are biding our timeIn the face of this provocation Fastening our over-flowing angstWith the anchor of patience. We cry, but their Ossified ears Mistake our cry for laughter We sulk to suppress the tempting promptingsOf a bellicose intinct. … Continue reading DrumBeat Of War
They came to our region With their own religion And talk of education They brought civilization Oh! Civilization See what you've caused Our young women now walk the street bare and naked As clothings they wear thatched parched racks With artificial eyelashes that smashes that will be burnt into ashes I say civilization you're wicked … Continue reading ERRORS OF CIVILIZATION (A Call to return to the African Culture)
Put me into Kirikiri and give me books, then I'm free! But take me to the U.S and deny me all books, I'm in jail!
Death was once a surprise visitor* before our puny brave men became its visitor! Death was a fearful thought, acetous sauce* Until our men licked the bones of fear; and chewed waters with scissors! Termites always laid to eat what remains of us* But never learnt to munch charcoal: Of roasted bodies turned charcoal; set … Continue reading Broken Eagles