Nigeria

#EndSARS: an intermission

It’s a bad thing the #EndSARS protests turned violent. I stand against the destruction of lives and property. The government should have handled the initial protests with more tact; leadership is responsible for the people regardless of their comportment at any instance. I take the case of a parent: you remain responsible for your child

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#EndSARS as a placeholder

SARS #EndSARS, the people protest The people continue the protest The people continue in protest IGP ends SARS The people rejoice And continue, in protest IGP announces SWAT A new special team to protect us When police on patrol need help But the people protest The people protest #EndSARS now a placeholder, for all police

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Musical expression

The forms of musical expression in any given culture often reflect the reigning assumptions in that culture about reality generally and the human condition specifically. -Ken Myers There’s a lot to think about if you consider the Nigerian music expression against this thought. It reminds me of how people can determine a family’s standard of living

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Web Gems (May 26)

Today, I begin the Web Gems series where I highlight content I find interesting. Nigeria’s military might: An interesting analysis based on other insightful indices such as available manpower, resources, finance, and geography. You can also read about other countries or even compare countries. Encouragement for bloggers: Here are five reasons you should keep blogging

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Uber

I finally get it. Uber. I had a great experience yesterday when I used the service for the very first time. Simple app user interface; a very professional, courteous driver. Uber invites, verifies, and signs up private car owners as drivers on its software platform. You install the app on your device, register, and tell

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