Dredging River Benue
About yesterdays visit of the Vice President Prof. Yemi Osibanjo I want to take out time and thank him on this visit for being responsive enough to visit my dear state in a time so many of my friends, family members and relatives have been displaced by the recent flood. I heard people shouting and writing on this platform that […]Read more →
They want our land; But who are they?
I am in a fiery mood today and I plead that you read me and think before commenting. Progressive praxis, that is theory plus practice demands a class analysis as well as a proper understanding of difference and its implications. I will apply both here regarding the Tiv question. The Tiv are Bantoid, in fact proto-Bantu, the original Bantu. They […]Read more →
Swem Is A Place And Not A Thing!
It is a Mountain in the Republic of Cameroon and not a pot or calabash or any other fetish object. Any person versed in Tiv history and culture will tell you that. It is Karagbe’s Swem (what is popularly called Swem Karagbe) that is a thing, an object, and fetish. The real Swem which is Divine and of God was displaced […]Read more →