“E go land…e go land…na em butterfly dey take enter bush” is a direct translation of an expression of dynamism. In this piece, it is the dynamic nature of all human relationships and activities and how they influence our choices that constitute our concern.
Just recently, like play…like joke…, a well-known bald-headed friend of mine and I digressed into a heated argument from a general discussion about a Nigerian woman – Kemi Omololu Olunloyo, who many perceive as having a mental challenge and who has recently gone public with the claim that a popular Nigerian Pastor, Daddy G. O. (as Continue reading Like Play, Like Joke: This state will change by ‘Lakunle Jaiyesimi
This date, like in other years, love is being celebrated in all manner of ways: between legally coupled couples, illegally (or extra-legally) coupled couples, uncoupled couples, congruent and otherwise couples.
When any of such a couple attends, as has become a custom, a Church Service (thankfully, Valentine day has fallen on a
Continue reading ITEOLUWAKIISI: FOR THE SAKE OF LOVE by ‘Lakunle Jaiyesimi
I made a New Year resolution to try as much as possible not to burden myself with anything that may cause grief in whatever guise but my beloved nation wouldnt stop throwing lumps of it my path. If you notice this will be my first post this year. I have tried to evade the many punches but I just couldnt help it no more. Especially when Nalie arrogantly implied to Seun Okinbaloye of Politics Today on Channels TV last Sunday, 7th February, 2016, that Nigerians will accept his gagging bill, willy-nilly.
Happy New Year!
The other day when some wise men rose up from their Ibadan Summit and issued a communiqué of a perfunctory Continue reading #PAUSIBILITY: Nigeria, Whirlpool of Executive Scoundrels and The Change That May Never Come by Debayo Coker
(As original published on the 1st of April, 2015)
Oh little flower, can I touch?
The air is cool and princely so,
Gliding through, like a piece
of fine cake no one can eat,
As my motherlan’ dances to a new home
Continue reading Shoki for Change: Once upon a time by ‘Lakunle Jaiyesimi