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Archive for March 2010

Don’t Ignore the lessons of History.

March 31, 2010

The Genocides in Rwanda, Darfur, and the Congo are a freighting and chilling reminder of how human intolerance and disdain for cultural, religious and ethnic differences can escalate to unimaginable levels. These countries will live forever with the memories of these brutal and inhumane killings, even as they struggle with their truth and reconciliation commissions, […]

Suffering and smiling.

March 9, 2010

The last couple of months, has seen an international focus on the music, works and Literary genius of Fela Anikulapo kuti. From Broadway plays, to articles in the New york times and USA today, the Nigerian afrobeat legend, and social crusader’s music and message, seems to be resonating years after his death. Many may have […]

The Good should not be the enemy of the Perfect.

March 4, 2010

The  health care debate that has raged on for the last year has had many obstacles. I must admit that the health care detractors have been very successful in their” modus operandi,” in opposing the plan. Their death panel claims, the bankrupting of the national treasury argument, and the notion they have a better and affordable […]

The Nigeria i pray to some day see

March 3, 2010

I wrote the post below just as the 2009 US presidential elections were at a climax, in fact at that time, i wrote many articles about the political machinery. I have decided to share my thoughts through this blog. This blog will be a hybrid between the Nigerian political process; our constant struggle for a […]

Hello world!

March 3, 2010

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