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How I was Robbed and Stabbed along Mile 12-Ikorodu Road

This is the true life story of a Lagos road user, Oladele Dada, who had a life-threatening encounter with armed robbers along Mile 12-Ikorodu Road. At about 5:30am on the 19th of March, 2021, early in the morning, I was robbed of my phone while my passenger was stabbed...

#ReformThugNG: My Experience of Invaded Cultists at Mile 12

#ReformThugNG will soon become a trend in the reformation process of a better Nigeria that we all seek. This is a national call and obligation. I recently wrote on this hashtag but directed the article to Nigerian youths who are clamouring for a radical change for this country. But...

A Week After: Murdered At The Toll Gate of Liberty

It is exactly a week after “unknown soldiers” fired gunshots continuously at the peaceful unarmed protesters at the Lekki Toll Gate. This article shares the view of the writer, but it worths reading. A nation or government with no regards for her youth nor their concern needs to be...

#ReformThugNG: Next Agenda For Nigerian Youths

#ReformThugNG is one war that Nigerian youths must conquer if we indeed want a better Nigeria for ourselves and unborn generations. Having seen so much in my few years since birth, there is a weakest link between real hustling youths and real dawdling youths. What is the difference between...

#EndSARS: Blog Letter to My Fellow Nigerian Youths

Three gbosas to my fellow Nigerian youths who directly or indirectly took part in the #EndSARS protests within the 13 active days before the disruption of our so-called leaders. Gbosa! Gbosa!! Gbosa!!! My fellow youths, ever resolute, dogged, real, hardworking and loyal; I salute your courage and efforts in...