I am aware that my recent picture with Nnamdi Kanu at Federal High Court, Abuja, has generated a lot of reactions and comments; some witty, others dim-witted, not that I blame them though. I am also aware that the picture has encouraged a vast number of people to take a decisive position on whether or not Biafra is the right cause. Even more, I am aware that the picture has left many people confused and skeptical of reports that I am now supporting Biafra. Na wa.
Are you guys telling me that there is no one in Abuja who has the balls to tell Aso Rock that they cannot be judge and jury in their own court in a case which directly involves them? The $50 million scandal involves the National Intelligence Agency [NIA]; the N9 billion Grass-cutter question over the Presidential Initiative on the North East [PINE] hangs over the head of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation [SGF].
I am honoured to take a moment to talk about the life of my incredible, humble but strong Mother and ask her if I will ever dance with her again?
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― R. Buckminster Fuller (1885-1983)
At the end of Just Before Dawn, first published in May 1988, the following statement occurs:
By Ayodele Adio -
I FELT a bit miffed at the president’s Eid-el-fitr message not because it lacked compassion or empathy but because it lacked a departure from his strongly held minimalist view of our daily reality. In all sincerity, I have made a solemn promise not to throw empty criticism at Mr. President and only lend my voice to matters in which common sense is clearly shrugged away to accommodate political vacuity.