Hmmm, my people, there i was trying my darmest to remember the naija radio comedy duo known as Shakie&Alao...i use to listen to them when i was small, which must have been yonk yrs ago....they were both easy on the ears and good to listen to....i cant recall the producer's name...maybe someone else can....and of course u have to be of certain age and would have lived in Lagos Nigeria to remember.
So i had my own mini Why worry BBQ Comedy Central with some friends some weeks
Got this today and found it edifying;
UNHAPPY WITH YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES?
A LITTLE GIRL WAS WALKING IN A GARDEN WHEN SHE NOTICED A PARTICULARLY BEAUTIFUL FLOWER. THE CHILD ADMIRED ITS BEAUTY AND ENJOYED ITS FRAGRANCE. "HOW LOVELY!" SHE EXCLAIMED. AS SHE GAZED ON IT, HER EYES FOLLOWED THE STEM DOWN TO THE SOIL IN WHICH IT GREW. "WHAT A SHAME," SHE CRIED. "THIS FLOWER IS TOO PRETTY TO BE PLANTED IN SUCH DIRT!" SO SHE PULLED UP THE PLANT
Updated Sep 19, 2009 at 12:18 AM by Oluwato
I observed just now that since the inception of Blogville, 992 blog posts have been made. This post you are reading will be blog post 993.
This means that we're just seven posts away from blog post 1000.
I wonder - who will make it? It could be Emj, since she posts in bursts. It might be Ph3y, Shinycoin or Auspicious, who make posts regularly and are due to make a post soon. It might even be someone who hasn't posted in ages, like Mulan or Soul Sista. Or it could be
I am sure Nigeria's leaders are still smattering on with face saving excuses for the cold shoulders shown the 'giant of Africa' by the US President when he flew past Nigeria to visit Ghana recently. Afterall, some would say, he also shunned his father's country but Kenya has never claimed the leadership role Nigeria ascribes to itself.
It is a shame that Ghana, without Nigeria's resources, continues to outshine Nigeria in international arena. Ghana came out top of the class with its recent
Nigerian constitution is said to be fashioned after the US document, its principles and institutions but in my years of observing the two nations closely I have found more disparity than similarity in the two nations. First, Americans refer to their system as republican system of government, a democracy in which the people have ultimate say. In Nigeria, the President and his leading elite of ministers and hangers on hold ulitmate power.
Not only does the President control security forces,