Moment with GEJ

A conversation at a state dinner where I was fortunate to sit at the President's table... GEJ: Bam, Say my name. Bam: Naaaah, I ain't ur fan GEJ: You ain't smart Bam: Huh?! GEJ: You ain't loyal Bam: Errm... I'm loyal to Buha... (GEJ cuts in) GEJ: Adamu bring that 50M with you Bam: Hmmmn, …

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Never far Away

God is as close to that rich man that eats at KFC three times a day as He is to the man that soaks Garri all day long. Any difference at all will be that one has the revelation of the invisible God and the other doesn't. God loves the bus conductor as much as …

Owambe; Our thing

Known by 'englishers' with such words as function, ceremony and so on, we in the southwestern part of Naija prefer Owambe, yes Owambe, a name now being borrowed by other ethnic groups to describe their various parties. Also unpopularly called Ariya, the Yorubas are arguably the Nigerian tribe that elaborate events the most and have …

Philemon: the epistle in Pidgin

A part of The HOLY BIBLE inspired by the Holy Spirit and profitable for instructions. This is only a careful translation and does not (and should not be taken to) in any way play down the Spirit that speaks, rather it tries to bring the tone of the letter down to the understanding of the …

A tale of two Ladies

It is about two ladies both from the same side of the compass. Nna mehn the rock One is educated. A daughter of the soil with natural beauty and allure. She speaks English well but with strong accent. Gentle, homely and submissive. Woman. She doesn't know Jack Bauer but knows Jim Iyke The other woman, …