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Love Lost - The Duet

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); By: Chisom Nduaguba This is my beautiful Nigeria, what's yours? So finally after two years its ready!! I dedicate my half to Astro Nkele, and I wish you the best of birthdays!!! May you Never lose love again. And there was a time In that little packet of allotment Called life, that I experienced from the subtlest of Pain, to the most harrowing lacerations to the heart.... Tall dark handsome First, you were despised Then liked.. Then loved Like a puzzle Made up of only two parts- ...

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Donald Trump Is A Nigerian Politician

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); By: Buchi Odanwu This is my beautiful Nigeria, what’s yours? The stage is finally set for the American Presidential elections and history has been made on both sides of the political divide. On one hand, a beautiful woman is the nominee of a major political party, on the other hand however, an expensive clown is contending with her. I must admit clearly that I know very little about American politics and its intricacies, I speak largely from the perspective ...

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Will You Wash Her Underwear?

By: Buchi Odanwu This is my beautiful Nigeria, what’s yours? A few weeks back, a friend Uju asked me if I could wash my wife’s underwear (though I’m quite unmarried), I simply said yes, why not? She then asked that if we eventually date, would I wash hers? I told her that I could wash her underwear right now if she wanted. She found her my replies quite weird and sneered a creepy look at me given that I was very serious. ...

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How To Imprison Your Wife!!

By: Buchi Odanwu. This is my beautiful Nigeria, what’s yours? If you wish to imprison your wife (like some Nigerian men wish to), please relocate to Ajman in the United Arab Emirates immediately. Why UAE you may ask? The answer is simple; The Ajman Criminal Court has found an Arab woman guilty of breaching the privacy of her husband after she looked into his mobile without his permission. According to the woman’s lawyer Eman Sabt, the court ruled on May 12 that ...

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My Police Moment

Sometime ago, I was driving on the highway to a car-repair shop, worried about the grey smoke that's been emanating from my car's exhaust and praying fervently that contrary to Skinner (my mechanic's) opinion, that it wont be a big problem. I was waved down by one Policeman, I put on my best smile and said, Ah! Oga! Good morning! How work? But my guy was not having any of it. He eyed me angrily and told me to come down ...

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Nigerian Corruption Is Not Fantastic, Its Sexy.

By: Buchi Odanwu This is my beautiful Nigeria, what’s yours? In the past few days, the buzz has been on about the British Prime Minister’s comments on corruption in Nigeria. Regardless of how we feel, most of us Nigerians agree with him. But the truth is that David Cameron missed the point, Nigerian corruption is not just fantastic, it down right sexy. In fact it’s the sexiest in the world given that no runway model ever born can compete with it for ...

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Remembering Umar Musa Yar’Adua

By: Buchi Odanwu This is my beautiful Nigeria, what's yours? It’s been six years since President Umar Yar’Adua passed on; wow, its six years already? I can still clearly remember that day. It was the first semester of my final year in school, I lay on my bed listening to the radio on my ‘Nokia-torch light’ when the news came. It was shocking, but again so many shocking incidents had occurred prior to that faithful day. I had a neighbor then whose birthday ...

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Muhammadu Buhari: The Last Grandfather to Rule Nigeria

By: Buchi Odanwu This is my beautiful Nigeria, what's yours? When campaigns for the 2015 presidential elections rolled out, the PDP were not only looking for President Buhari’s certificate, they also unsuccessfully cited his age as a disadvantage to presidential leadership. Some people argued that it was sheer hypocrisy to describe Muhammadu Buhari’s age as a disadvantage given that Chief Obafemi Awolowo and Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe were both septuagenarians when they pursued their presidential ambitions in the second republic (aborted by Gen. Muhammadu ...

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