It was in my 4th year in the university, the year was 2009 and I was probably rounding off the necessary documentations with my department officials before departing for the mandatory Students Industrial Work experience scheme (SIWES) which will serve as my second semester workload in the faculty of engineering. Walking down the road, along with… Continue reading Do these Lecturers Know Enough?
There are so many takeaways from the debacle we all witnessed last week at kankara in Katsina state of Nigeria. …”ONE nation bound in freedom, Peace and Unity.” Wait a minute, did I read that right? Freedom? Peace? Tell that to the Chibok girls’ parents and siblings, to the many in various IDP camps in… Continue reading The Kankara Debacle
2020 – A year we had never experienced before. Turn on the news, pick up the papers, listen to radios, browse on your computers and to all intents and purposes, this has been for billions of people all over the world, the year of the abnormal. Who could have imagined? For the first time in… Continue reading 2020 – WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH
5th Oct. 2020. Let no one kid you and I hate to be the harbinger of bad news, but the ongoing protests is no longer about ending SARS or police brutality. This is an avenue for the average Nigerian youth to vent years and maybe in some cases, a lifetime of anger, frustrations, unemployment, oppression and… Continue reading How to End the #ENDSARS# Protests