There is a story about a Kalabari chief whose grown up children were established with their individual families in their various homes, but no more bothered about the affairs of their homeland.
In that state of confusion, I started to put on my boots but realised that I was still in pyjamas.
For anybody who thinks that the now degraded Boko Haram menace is Nigeria’s most significant, present security challenge, this column reserves heartfelt sympathy for the indulgence of misreading the signs of the time.
The past week will go down in history as one that provided the new year with a blistering start which defined change for the world; whether for good or otherwise, is a different matter.
I was in the hospital yesterday to see a doctor for a referral to a sleep clinic.
The 2016 end of year festivities demonstrated in clear relief, the conundrum which armed conflict between the Nigerian military and militants in the Niger Delta can easily manifest as.
The administration of President Muhammadu Buhari completed 19 months in office at the end of December.