Why having your voter’s card will not make your vote count.
Young Nigerians are ready to get rid of their Government. All of it. They are tired of their President, their National Assembly, their Governors, and their State Assemblies. There is a palpable – and justifiable – anger at Government, and a general desire to “throw the bums out”. Nigerian youths are gingered to make politicians feel their anger at next year’s polls. Continue reading “[For]get Your PVC”
When President Buhari made a speech in which he called discussion of self determination as crossing “certain national red lines”, I made a thread.
Continue reading “THREAD: GMB’s “Red Lines” Speech”
I knew the Nigerian love for awards was bound to blow up in our collective face one day. I just didn’t realize that it would blow up in our literal collective face: the face of the man whose job it is to represent all of us. Yup, the President Of The Federal Republic just got caught up in a fake award fiasco. Continue reading “Is This Your King? Or, Do You Know Who My Uncle Is?”
The Bill Of Wrongs will be a series of articles explaining to you as a Nigerian the benefits you have NO right to expect from Government.
You Have The Right To Remain Silent In Death
An Address from the Hon Minister of Leave Matter.
It has come to our attention at the Ministry Of Leave Matter that certain unscrupulous elements are asking Nigerians to take up arms and defend themselves against migrant herdsmen militias. Continue reading “Bill Of Wrongs: You Have The Right To Remain Silent In Death”