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[Dont Miss] #Pendulum: #APC, Please Get Serious – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, please let me say categorically that I don’t subscribe to the sentiments of those who think APC is in trouble just because the party recently lost one of the States it controlled in its stronghold of South West. My thesis is very simple. The APC stands to gain from that shock treatment if its leaders are serious about remaining relevant in our political landscape. I have read many ... Read More »

#Pendulum: BEFORE WE RETURN TO 1983 [A MUST READ FOR EVERY NIGERIAN] – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, once again I’m inclined to take you down memory lane. In a country that has become completely reticent to both ancient and contemporary history, it is pertinent to refresh our collective memories once in a while. The danger of collective amnesia is grave. It may send us back to where we were decades ago. Only the blind would not see where we are headed. Without mincing words, we ... Read More »

#Pendulum: So My Own Alhaji Is Gone ? – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, this is not the best of seasons in our dear beloved country. In the past few weeks, we’ve lost some great citizens: Justice Chukwudifu Akunne Oputa (INTEGRITY PERSONIFIED), The Emir of Kano Alhaji Ado Bayero (ICONIC MONARCH), Dr Dora Akunyili (MADAM EFFICIENCY) and now my own Alhaji Azeez Arisekola Alao (BABA ALAANU – BENEFACTOR OF THE POOR). While Justice Oputa and Alhaji Ado Bayero attained a ripe old ... Read More »

[A MUST READ] #Pendulum: Of Outsiders And The Bereaved – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, the story you are about to read is out of the script of the latest melodrama in our dear beloved country. The setting is the famous city of Kano but the stage extends to different parts of the beleaguered nation. Let’s give a little background to the play and its author. This is what is referred to as the sociological approach in Literature. My interest in Kano is ... Read More »

#Pendulum : Why Our Girls Are Not Back

Fellow Nigerians, it is now three weeks since over 200 female students were abducted from their hostel without any trace whatsoever. The matter has become more complicated than a jigsaw and the more we look, the less we see. I used to think the game of abracadabra was limited to the illusory world of magic but this calamity has stretched our imagination even beyond superstition. There are just too many ... Read More »

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