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Laifi'n babba, rowa, laiii'n yaro, kiwuya. (The boy complains that his master is stingy,... (0) Comment




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A Small Anatomy Of Nigerian Corruption
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | October 24, 2011
When one is done discussing a matter one laughs, when one is satiated sleep claims one (When a matter has been taken care of, one turns one's attention... (0) Comment


What Happened To Nigeria?
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | October 18, 2011
"Going down memory lane, I began my civil service career on July 26, 1977 after the completion of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme in Makurdi... (0) Comment


Nigeria: Mr. President, Do You Believe These Speeches?PT 1
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | October 12, 2011
A needle cannot be used to make pounded yams. (Some tools are inadequate for some tasks.) "On this day 51 years ago, the British Union Jack was lowered... (0) Comment


Nigeria: President Jonathan And This Government Must Not Fail...
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | October 11, 2011
The person with the cross-bow thinks that the monkey is not clever; the monkey is clever, but it is following its own strategy. (It matters nothing if... (0) Comment


Nigeria, at 51, Carelessly Holding A Gun
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | October 06, 2011
A kì í mú ìbá»n tetere. One does not hold a gun carelessly. (Always be careful in handling dangerous matters). As we count days to our... (0) Comment


What Does Nigeria Mean...?
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | September 27, 2011
One does not eat âI almostâ in a stew. (What one missed narrowly, one cannot enjoy at all). Some four years ago, I wrote asking, what is a name... (0) Comment


Nigeria: Jos, The Abridged Truth No One Wants To Tell
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | September 19, 2011
A Tarokh adage translates, a child lacks wisdom, and some say that what is important is that the child does not die; what kills more surely than lack... (0) Comment


Nigeria: Mr. Jonathan And The Blunt Cutlass…
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | September 15, 2011
It is the back of the man with a blunt cutlass that suffers.(A person who does not make adequate preparations for a task or test will rue his or her negligence... (0) Comment


A Divided Nigeria, Ethnicity And Power
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | September 07, 2011
Bí a bá Åjà, bí í kákú là Åwí? ...Even though we are quarrelling, should we wish each other dead? Some seven years ago... (1) Comment


Nigeria: Enter Prime Minister Ngozi Okonji Iweala Of Finance
Author: Prince Charles Dickson | August 26, 2011
The greatest lesson in life is to know that sometimes even fools are rightâWinston Churchill. For all my little education, my maths is very poor, my... (1) Comment


 
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