On Privacy

How denying privacy to a person is the highest form of domination and control, and how denying privacy to a country is the highest form of imperialism.

Three months ago, I received two guests in my town. They came a long way from America and wanted to have a chat.Read more

Who am I?

A lamb decided to go live among wolves.
From the wolves land he wants to work to free his fellow lambs from wolves.

Why don’t you come to live among the lambs to free them?

I can’t, life is so miserable in lambs land, life is better at wolves land.… Read more

Nollywood is an enemy of Africa

Nollywood is an enemy of Africa.

That Igbo movie industry is anti African.

Their movies have only one goal spread hate against African culture and promote Christianity.

Recently I learned that the producers receive lot of money from local and foreign Christian extremists and fundamentalists to insert and promote anti African culture and heritage scenes in their movies.… Read more

A leader is a dealer

A leader is a dealer.

He makes deals for living
A deal makes two or more people agree and do things.

Closing deals everyday is the hallmark of great leaders.

If you are not making deals, closing deals every other day, you are not a dealer.… Read more

Germans Genocidal Hypocrisy

No one should fall to the empty and unsincere demand of pardon by Germany for the extermination of the Nama and Herero people in Namibia.

In 1902, the Nama and Herero were 40% of Namibia population. After the German genocide, they are now only… 4%… of Namibia population.… Read more

The enemy from inside

The biggest enemy of our progress is the current African elite.

Who are they and how to recognize them:

1. They have achieved a social status by association with the colonial apparatus. It means if we will ban English or French in Africa tomorrow, they will lose everything including themselves.… Read more

Village Boy Joy

Village boy!

That’s how my friends affectionately call me.

The reason why I chose to live in countryside is because I want to be able to speak my mother language most of the time. 99% of the time.

I’ll speak colonial languages only when I have to deal with the colonial state apparatus here.… Read more

The old man and the colonial expert

When I was about 14, I witnessed something.

Father took us in his countryside Peugeot 404. We used to go to farm over the weekend. That day, we made a stop at a farmers forum conducted by a government agent.

He was speaking in French and a guy was translating into ewe.… Read more

Calabash Bombs

This was the way…

I descend from the royal medical corps of the Benin empire court (current day Edo state in Nigeria).

My ancestors fled when the British terrorists attacked the walls and burned everything down in 1897.

Benin empire (not to confuse with current day Benin or Dahomey kingdom) was one of the rare African Kingdom which refused to get involved in the capture and sales of people to Europeans.… Read more