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Author: Fredrick Nwabufo

Married People Don’t Really Have Sex

Thursday, April 10, 2014
Sex is a potent, organic lubricant which lubricates the depressed wheels of marriage. In some cases, it is the elixir which sustains marriages that are near asphyxiation. The winsome paramountcy of sex in marriage is a ubiquitous fact that some married people know. Sadly, married people who shoul ...

Nigeria’s Critics In Diaspora: A Pretentious Horde

Thursday, April 3, 2014
This is not a sanctimonious attempt to earthen the drooling failings of Nigeria. The Nigeria I know is as clumsily and nebulously unwieldy as its problems. From the patrician orbit of leadership to the thrashed stratum of followership Nigeria is an anti-climactic nightmare. Nigeria s notoriety in ...

We Are Boko Haram

Thursday, March 6, 2014
As the Boko Haram intifada continues to transmogrify in monstrosity; upping the ante in barbarism and savagery, more Nigerians, undoubtedly, will be martyred. This is not a prognosis of doom, but a cringing deduction from the exegesis of the terror group. However, this article does not broach B ...

In The Hands Of The Nigeria Police

Monday, February 3, 2014
It was sweepingly wet evening at Adebayo road in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State. The rain had pulled dark clouds down in torrents of piercing water. It was customary of the rain to be violent at this time of year. It was April 15, 2009. Kingsley having been indoors for very long, and starving, su ...

The Homosexual I Know

Monday, January 13, 2014
Benjamin Nweze sends the congregation to a mellifluous realm. In the realm, every cadence of his baritone executes them slowly. He sings so well that angels descend draping the church with green confetti of envy. He is a celestially enchanted choir leader singing from his animated soulful soul. ...

A City In The Grip Of Criminals

Sunday, December 8, 2013
It is 6 in the morning; the time when the sun is shy. A piercing scream from a robber-bitten woman disturbs the solemnity of the casual ambiance. The scream breaks into a teary wail; a wail spewing up enormous pain. It is a Monday, but it becomes a mourn day. The bitten woman lies in a pool of pr ...

About Life’s Tragedies

Friday, November 29, 2013
One thing about impartial, dead reality is that ubiquitous tragedies - feared guests you hate to have at your table - imperiously find their uncheerful, rugged routes to your life anyway. Tragedies are ostensibly mere alien stories when you are not a victim of their brutality. And they seem kindl ...

The Igbo Fallacy

Saturday, November 23, 2013
In my previous didactic, tart, and dispassionate polemic entitled The Igbo False Dimension: The Igbo I Hate I adumbrated, exposited and espoused the tendentious logic of vehement and sustained rise in Igbo criminality in Nigeria. The piece extracted venoms from the fangs of Igbo nationalists . ...

Shades Of The Government’s Insensitivity

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Social contract is an umbilical cord which tethers the conscience of a government to the vulnerabilities and necessities of a people. Graphically, the conscience of a government is assessed by its high or low sensitivity threshold; sensitivity in the ambit responding graciously to the paramount nece ...

Work Slavery In Nigeria

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The damning report of the Australian anti-slavery campaign group, The Walk Free Foundation that Nigeria sweeps the board in mustering the highest number of people living in modern slavery in Africa is not only on the threshold of verifiable truth, but also in the crucible of sordid reality. The ...


Monday, October 28, 2013
The raging kerfuffle precipitated by the indiscretion of the Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah in the purchase of two BMW armoured cars of which worth is put at a squinting 255 million naira as pellucidly revealed the canyon of divergences of Nigerians as regards their thinking, biases, dispositio ...


Wednesday, October 23, 2013
In society responsibility is customarily shared between the people and the government. Responsibility is also implicit in social contract which wards off anarchy. Going by this unconvoluted truism, it therefore follows that the blister-inflicting twine of irresponsibility too is tugged between the g ...

God May Be Man After All

Thursday, October 17, 2013
Gross proportions of evils, extreme in most turpitudinous complexion have been committed in the name of God. There is no scintilla of wavering argument or doubt that most evils from the devil s lair itself especially in the 21st century have been motivated and spawned by God. Blasphemy? Maybe. T ...
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