by Seyi Ojenike When the mist is gone, And the stitches finished, But wounds not healed, My sub-conscious, painting the scene As I quiver in fear Of the human race.[…]
Tagged: Seyi Ojenike
- lord of jaspers on:Are Our Kids As Bad As We Often Describe Them?
- manigandan k on:Casino Pentecostalism – Ebenezer Obadare
- sitefolk Business manager on:Casino Pentecostalism – Ebenezer Obadare
- Emmanuel Abod on:Nigerian Cashew Farmers Are Going Nuts – Feyi Fawehinmi
- Abuja Africa Ayodele Olofintuade Benson Eluma Boko Haram caine prize CBN Central Bank of Nigeria Chinua Achebe corruption Dami Ajayi democracy editorial education Election 2011 election monitoring featured fiction Ghana Goodluck Jonathan Government homosexuality house of representatives human rights Ify Agwu Ify Omalicha Ikhide Ikheloa Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Jonathan Lagos Lagos State Niger Delta Nigeria Nigerian Nigerians Nigerian Senate Olusegun Obasanjo poem poetry Politics religion Short story Terrorism United States
About NigeriansTalkNigeriansTalk.org is a one-stop site for those interested in seeing Nigeria through the lens of its large community of bloggers. We feature opinion and analysis, regular feeds, articles, and reviews of posts written by bloggers of Nigerian extraction, bloggers living in Nigeria, and bloggers who blog about Nigeria. NigeriansTalk seeks to cover the wide spectrum of perspectives on various social, political, and personal issues – issues that affect Nigerians at home and abroad.
Guardian Africa Network
Like NigeriansTalk on Facebook
Follow NigeriansTalk on Google+
Follow NigeriansTalk on Twitter