I respect the aged. Indeed, much of my day is spent combing through the words of extremely dead men. Born before Christ and alive by the wisdom which they left the young and hungry of mind, which, of course, embraces all biological age. Of those still revered, Aristotle died in 322 BC, Thomas Aquinas in … More A Valentine for Nigeria.
On February 6, the news arrived that the Council of State had rejected current President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s request for the postponement of Nigeria’s elections from the 14th and 28th of February, 2015 to the 28th of March, 2015. On the 8th of February, some of us either went to sleep or woke up with … More Missing PVCs, Moved Election Dates, and the Transformative Power of Inky Thumbs.
I should have been in the library today; instead, I went to the Lagos State gubernatorial candidates debate. I should have been in the library pouring through contempt of court cases, trying to collect all the examples of executive disobedience of court rulings, attempting to connect the dots between the written down law and judges’ … More Governor, Governor, Let My People Go.