Monthly Archives: April 2008

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Reminiscence Of a Modern African child

I am not seventy, not even quite thirty years of age but I had a very eventful childhood: the kind that is filled with a lot of amusing reminiscence. As an African child who grew up in Ibadan, the largest city in sub-Saharan Africa. I

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Tale Of Mixed Feelings

I wrote this piece back in 2005. It is fictitious but some of the events described were true. But some were just figments of the writer’s imagination. Enjoy it! The scam and the man Bode Adeigbe has just returned from an unproductive trip to the

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Africa, My Africa!

I cannot imagine what more we need from God for Africa to be where it should be. I think the only thing missing in this puzzle is leadership! Leadership, 1 word, 10 alphabets but very profound and a very germane ingredient for building a great

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Review Your Words!

About 2 years ago, a certain young and vibrant Nigerian – Mutiu Okediran interviewed me and the questions were great. I answered all the questions with an open mind. Today fate led me back to the website and I am amazed at how accurate everything

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So Many Waters Passed

My blog is supposed to be the best place where one could follow up on events in my life but this has not been the case. In the beginning of the year I made myself promise to be more consistent with my writing but so