Monthly Archives: April 2012

THE MORNING EFFECT

There are mornings when I wake up and I’m very sad, truly depressed. I think of the state of my country and the rut we’re stuck in. I think of the extreme poverty and suffering knowing that it can be stopped by a few. Then I think of my helplessness, how little I can do […]

Get up, Stand up!

by¬†Azeenarh Mohammed (@xeenarh) (Closeted optimist, provocative writer) In January 2012, there was an awakening of the average Nigerian to his rights as a citizen and the government’s responisbility toward the people. For the first time ever, the budget was being discussed in every household, office, bar, and at social gatherings. The people for once were […]