Monday, 17 October 2016

Killing the goose that lays the golden egg

Sometimes I wonder why successive governments treat the maritime industry with disdain. With the exception of the administration of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, every other government, under our present democratic dispensation either lack idea of how to run the affairs of the industry or do not understand the place of shipping in the nation’s economic development.
The rot that defines the state of road infrastructure in the port city of Apapa, Lagos, is a clear manifestation of government’s insensitivity to an industry which contributes at least two trillion annually into the national coffers in addition to creating more than one million jobs for Nigerians.

Monday, 10 October 2016

Help me beg Magun

Pepe: Turaya, good afternoon. Long time. You no even ask for your sister. Na so life be?

Turaya: You are not my sister. You were my subordinate in the corridors of power. If not for the unfortunate incidence, who give you courage to even call me by name.

Pepe: Ah ah. Turaya, let bygone be bygone now. After all, you be former number one, me too I be former one. Anyway, I come beg for your help please. I need your help. (SOBS) Turaya I need your help o.