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Nigeria's Big Problem With Little
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | June 10, 2013
ďIt has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.Ē Arthur Conan Doyle, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. There... (0) Comment

In Nigeria, the score is 0-0
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | May 31, 2013
A sandal is not a shoe; a cap is not a turban. Last week's admonition was the parable of the cockroach and Nigeria, and this week I am almost tempted... (0) Comment

Drawing The Curtains On Nigeria...
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | May 20, 2013
No matter how stout, long and turgid a penis. It's erection can not intimidate a vagina. In short, the rise and fall of a penis was masterminded by... (0) Comment

Champagne Nigeriana
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | May 14, 2013
A ninth-grade teacher wanted to demonstrate the evils of liquor to his young students. He produced a glass of water, a glass of vodka, and two worms. "... (1) Comment

Nigerians And That Tinted Glass Mentality
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | April 29, 2013
Where there are two/three/four and more rich Nigerian politicians/leaders there is laughter in their midst, and often it is a tinted atmosphere. #amebo... (0) Comment

The Playground Called Nigeria's National Assembly
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | April 24, 2013
Watching Nigeria's parliamentary sessions is like watching a public primary school's classroom at break time. It's a picture of absolute bedlam; delinquent... (0) Comment

2015: A Conversation With Usman
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | April 18, 2013
Laifi'n babba, rowa, laiii'n yaro, kiwuya. (The boy complains that his master is stingy, the master that his boy is lazy.) Usman, that's his name, he... (0) Comment

That Nigerian Child...Of Ours
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | April 11, 2013
"it is 9 o'clock, do you know where your children are?" Frank Olizeh, popular retired NTA anchorman. My working title for this week's admonition to beloved... (0) Comment

Nigeria: Unemployment Haram and the cricket
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | April 07, 2013
There is no disappearing trick better than the availability of a dense forest to disappear into; there is no sacrifice more efficacious than having many... (0) Comment

The ghosts amongst us in Nigeria
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | March 16, 2013
I don't suppose you have to believe in ghosts to know that we are all haunted, all of us, by things we can see and feel and guess at, and many more things... (0) Comment

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April 29, 2013 |  Ojonimi Adegbe | 1 posts
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