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The Memoirs of Yomi “d drunk”, Very Short Story by Chibundo Ubachukwu

This piece was written by Chibundo Ubachukwu and published on a sister site on the 21st of November, 2011. Then, it probably meant just a piece. Today, in retrospect, when next I encounter Chibundo, who incidentally is a Pharmacist, I’ll salute him like he was a Prophet.

“Dear President Goodluck Jonathan,

My name is Yomi Smart. Bimpe (my wife) says I’m incapable of rational thought because I’m a drunk. Silly rabbit, what does she know? Sadly, a prophet has no honour in his own house. But all my friends can confirm that I give the best of advice when under the influence. Also, my wife thinks you are a hypocritical politician – you have my permission to arrest her. On the other hand, I still see you as a leader who can jump start some necessary change in Nigeria. I hope you do! Continue reading The Memoirs of Yomi “d drunk”, Very Short Story by Chibundo Ubachukwu

Yakowa and Azazi in perspective

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RADIO SHOW:   Good Morning Naija

STATION:             MeroëRadio

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Today’s Issue:    Yakowa and Azazi in perspective

I welcome you to another episode of the radio show, ‘Good Morning, Naija’ on MeroëRadio. This episode na about a sad incident wey happen for Nigeria. That na the unfortunate death of another two powerful human beings in the country’s political class – serving Governor of Kaduna State, Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa and former National Security Adviser to the nation’s President, Gen. Owoye Andrew Azazi.

The unfortunate incident happened on Saturday, 15th of December (coincidentally also the birth day of the father to lAkUnLeScReWs) in Bayelsa State, where the ‘happy-go-lucky’, ‘chop-belleful’, ‘big-belle’, ‘full-cheek, deflated skull’, ‘worry-full, worry-less’ power-wielding men and women of Naija congregated to bade farewell (maybe also with wads of the country’s useless currency) to the father of presidential aide Oronto Douglas.

On their return leg, plenty people Continue reading Yakowa and Azazi in perspective