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Friday, 24 June 2016


There is a cry from a widow
A never ending tears like a flowing river
It seems like an outbreak of yellow fever
Peace and tranquility is now a thing of the past
I see a sea of dead people like a meadow
Many have been displaced and rendered homeless
There is no hope for the future
The North East is a shadow of its old self and has been rendered useless
We now distrust each other
We live in fear and horror
Our close neighbour or friend might be our worst enemy
We no more act like brothers and sisters
All man for himself
Our country is now like the biblical Sodom and Gomorrah
The city of eternal damnation

What can be done to storm the weather?
We have lost lots of potentials
Through the countless waste of lives
Despite this drumbeats of war,
Some are yet still soliciting for secession
Who are all those behind these horrors?
Show your face and fight like brave soldiers

You have raped young school girls, mothers and even the old women are not left out.
You fight for your religion
But what religion despises peace and embrace violence?
You all are bunch of political thugs sponsored by power thirsty politicians
You fight for nothing
Yet you hope for something
What an expensive joke
Many bloods are on your hands
You act like ghosts who fight in hiding and is unseen
No matter your efforts,
Western Education cannot be eradicated
Nigeria cannot be islamized

Your fight is in futility
The law will get hold of you
Show us your faces you idiots and cowards
You rant and prattle on social media like one with bravery
But its all an attempt to hide your cowardice
You are bunch of animals with no sense of direction
You are blown by the wind anywhere
Iliteracy and ignorance is indeed an endemic disease
With only one cure
Try knowledge and education
Then you will know how foolish you havebeen

There is no gain without pain
Happiness is the function of the mind. 

Thursday, 23 June 2016


Here are some quick facts about the world we live in:
1.  Coconut water can be used as a substitute for blood plasma.
2.  The sea of Galilee is the lowest fresh water lake on Earth.
3.  Number 10 Downing street, in London is the official residence of the British Prime Minister
4.  According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are only 3, 900 tigers left in the world.
5.  The coldest point on Earth is in Russian Research Station in Vostok, Antarctica and it recorded a temperature rate of minus 128. 6 degrees Fahreint.
6.  The hottest place on earth as of 2013 is the Furnace Creek Ranch in California's death valley measuring 56. 7degrees Celsius.
7. Christiano Ronaldo is the first football Player to ever top the richet sportsman list.
8.  A killer whale can travel up to 75 miles a day.
9.  Turkish city of Istanbul is the only city in the world located in two continents.
10. The Bible is the oldest and most ancient book in the world
11.  The fisrt man to land on the moon is Neil Armstrong of the United States.
12.  The first man to go to space or space travel is Russian's Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin
13 . The oldest living creature as well as animal is a tortoise named Jonathan who is aged 184 years old.
14.  The ostrich has the largest eyes of any land animal, each eye can be up to 2 inches in diameter.
15. The ostrich is also the fastest land bird, despite its bulk and largeness, it can run at speed of up to 45 metre per hour (mph). If necessary
16. The smallest country in the world is the Vatican City within an area square kilometers of 0. 44.
17.  The largest country by land mass is Russia with an area square kilometers of 17, 075, 200.
18. The current richest country in the world is Qatar with an estimated Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 146, 011. 85.
19. The fastest land animal is the Cheetah which has a record speed of 109. 4-20. 7km/h.
20.  The most corrupt country in the world is Somalia according to Transparency International with a corruption score of 8 out of 100.

"Remember, if you want a different result, do something different"- anonymous

Wednesday, 22 June 2016


Biography: He was born Robert Nesta "Bob" Marley on February 6,  1945 in St Ann Parish, Jamaica. He was a Jamican reggae singer, songwriter, musician and guitarist who avhieved international fame and acclaim through his lyrics which criticised colonialism and racial discrimination. He took interest in music when one of his childhood friend, Neville "Bunny" O'Reiley Livingston and they both shared a love for music and Neville inspired him to love music and taught him how to play guitar and Neville's father as well as Marley's mother supported them both. He later moved to Kingston where he found inspiration in the music around him despite living in poverty for many years. He started recording as a solo artiste but found no success and so he joined forces with the "Wailing wailers" a group where he started to gain prominence and their first was "Simmer Down" which went top of the Jamican chart. He was happily married to Rita and they had children like stephen and Damian that are also talented.
Notable works: "i shot the sheriff, one love, Rivers of Babylon, No woman, no cry, war, Exodus, is this love" and many more.
Notable quotes:   "Every man gotta right to decide his own destiny"
                                "Judge not, before you judge yourself. Judge not, if you are not ready for judgment"
                                "In this great future, you cannot forget your past"
                                "Free speech carries with it some freedom to listen".
Death: He died in Miami, Florida on may 11, 1981 on His way to Jamaica after fighting off his persistent cancer for months.
Legacy: He helped introduce reggae music to the world,  and He remains one of the most beloved reggae Artist to this day. He played a huge role in the fight against colonialism and racial discrimination through his lyrics as He was known as a musical Human Rights Activist. He was a world Ambassador for reggae, He was given the medal of peace by the United Nations, He was inducted into the Hall of fame in 1994, His long fight against oppression and discrimination continues through an organization established in His memory by His family, " The Bob Marley Foundation "devoted to helping people and organizations in Developing Nations.
A lesson from the life of this legend is that pursue your dreams and never forget your roots or your people.