Mark Anthony Osuchukwu

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MY COUNTRY IS AN ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

Sometimes, I wonder if the criteria for holding a public office in Nigeria includes; theatrical skills of sorts and a complete disenchantment for common sense and logical reasoning. My reason doesn’t stem from my ignorance of politics or a long distance relationship with the happenings of my country. It comes from a deep place of wonder, of surprise and more so, pain. We have had in the past administration an Honourable, whose sole duty in the House of Representatives was to thrill his co polit

OPINION: SOLOMON DALUNG AND HIS UNBEATABLE STREAK IN MISBEHAVIOUR

People like Solomon Dalung makes it difficult for me to believe that Nigeria is God’s plan for me. I mean; how can a man his age who bears Solomon as a name decide to spite common sense? How does that work? How does he sleep in the night? Do his children laugh at him? Does his wife still cook for him? He is just bent on snatching the tiny rays of hope emerging from anywhere and turning it into something else. When I heard that the super falcons won the tournament, I felt for them honestly. I fe

SHADES OF OUR PAST

Flipping through the musty pages of your past this morning, you smile at every event remembered. You remember those days when time was still young, very young. Before time struck puberty and everything stiffened. The time when it took only one sweet to become ones friend and one nod of disagreement to lose your entire clique. These memories come to you with certain alienated majesty. You look at this picture here and it rings a bell. It reminds you of how you, Tope, Wole and Ifeanyi loved rainy