A very interesting and encouraging article for Nigerians and especially the up and coming. Note that his ethnicity, perhaps implied by his name, is not mentioned anywhere. He is simply a Nigerian building Nigeria. There were so many important brief clips; I chose not to highlight any. Make of them or identify them as you need and see fit. It's a good morning. - Ayomide
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Jay Alabraba: Developing Nigeria With Humility and Hard Work
Military Might: The Woof - The Weft and the Warp of Life's Living Well:
Some may say I am my own "One Man Band" and pipe and drum as I will. But whatever I am, I always harken to the "Fundamental Drone Tone", which preceded all "knowing". "It" (the Creation of The Universe, Our Solar System, Our World, and All Things which burrow, swim, crawl, walk and fly below, upon, above it or within it etc) all came about because of the "Big Bang" years and aeons ago. This "Big Bang" was the
Updated May 20, 2013 at 03:51 PM by a piper too
I knew you not, but your death still hurts badly.
I knew you not, but had a glimpse of your essence
Through your writings and erstwhile activities here on NVS.
I knew you not, but got to know of your creativity and talent
Through your various artistic expressions outside of NVS
I knew you not, but got to know of your endearing courage
shown in your fighting spirit
Journalism just lost one of its finest writer and incredibly refined gentleman. I am talking about the man Pini Jason Vanguard's veteran ace columnist and writer.
The news of the death of the man I knew and came to see as one of the most courteous and refined of men, and hold in very high esteem, an inspiration, has come as a great shock to me and at just the age of 65
''Where are you guys?'' I asked my sister. ''Bama. We stopped to eat''' she replied. ''Bama?'' I asked in a louder tone before I heard her chuckling in the background. The slight fear didn't let me think how absurd it is that they would be in Bama on a trip from Yola to Lassa.
When you are outside Nigeria, the picture that everywhere in the north is a war zone is hard not to imagine. It is hard as a Northerner to hear what is going on Northern Nigeria. When I think of Bama, I remember
Updated Aug 19, 2013 at 03:39 PM by duniyasaihakuri