By Glory Ayara The rudimentary of a state is: ‘a nation or territory considered as an organised political community under one government’. The word I want to take from this definition is ‘considered’. One of the definitions of considered is believed --- so we can rephrase the definition of a state as ‘a territory believed … Continue reading Nigeria: A Faceless Territory
Over the past few weeks , an array of paradigm shifting occurrences in Nigeria attracted the attention of both national and international eyes. The #ENDSARS movement, a revolutionary call to action, for the Nigerian government to hold power drunk law enforcing officials accountable. The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), originally established to reduce surging crime rates … Continue reading Charity Begins at Home—— are government tactics in response to #ENDSARS similar to the abusive techniques maintained in some Nigerian homes?
Article by Glory Ayara I've laboured long and hard for the bread, for honour, and for riches, But on my corn too long you've tread, You fine-haired sons of bitches. These are the words uttered by the famous western outlaw Black Bart, although slightly out of context, his words resonate with me as I observe the situation of things in my country Nigeria. I … Continue reading ARGH! | #SARSMUSTEND
12-10-2020 On this day, at this very moment, I’m sat here completely and totally in awe of God, and in awe of the things he’s going to use this our generation to achieve. This weekend, we’ve seen the youths of Nigeria, regardless of background, ethnic differences and culture, coming together to achieve one common goal. … Continue reading Faith is Rising | PRAYER For NIGERIA | Faith Diaries #1