There is a general assumption that age comes with wisdom. Here in Africa especially, the older you grow, the wiser you are expected to be.
Ignore the spectacle of the most undignifying tantrums being displayed by the outgoing occupants of the White House: a sitting US president has been denied re-election for the first time in many decades.
Let no one exult in the arguments that the recent #endSARS mass protests in Nigeria were a long-awaited Nemesis for a corrupt and insensitive governance system,
It may yet prove again to be a case of the dark horse. Time has proven that at critical moments in tricky competitions,
the weaponized poverty I witnessed gave me an impression of a city playing with fire while sitting on a keg of highly inflammable substance
Protesting is never a disturbance of the peace. Corruption, injustice, war and intimidation are disturbances of the peace.” ― Bryant McGill
The exact number of human lives lost to the reportedly high-handed intervention of the Nigerian security forces on Tuesday 20 October,