Dribbles: Now, Let’s Ride Together

So, I decided to try my hands on something new, write a play, and yes I did. I finished it and kept it under wraps for a very long time. I guess I have developed enough courage to put it out now. it is titled, DRIBBLES I can’t remember what made me write this play, I can only remember what I set out to achieve and why I tried writing a play at all. Of course, If you read it,

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How About I Re-introduce Myself?

Hi, How about I re-introduce myself? Cool? Perfect, then let’s do it. My name is Lanre Daniels Adeoye, I have this beard that has refused to connect, but I have hope, I think it will, it is showing signs already. I am 6ft and wears a thick pair of glasses that make me look like a nerd, but I am not, I am just a guy that likes swallow, frowns at ice cream, wonders what the hype about shawarma is,

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Reflections As February 23rd Hits Us


It is another four years and we are here for the usual ritual- elections. The same narrative is going on- don’t waste your vote, there are only two candidates, the rest are jokers, same thing we do every four years. Perhaps it is not a lie that they are jokers- especially when you realize that most of them are hungry people who sought other means for relevance and money- or how do you explain how same Eunice who couldn’t raise

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Fela Durotoye and the the Obama Card at- The Platform


It was the 12th edition of- The Platform yesterday in Lagos, and as usual, there were brilliant presentations. By great people. I often think the problem has never been lack of great speeches, no, it has been lack of so much more. We over emphasize the problem with leadership, but we downplay the problem with followership. We have a twin problem, it is alright to face both once and for all- oh yeah Peer Obi was at the last edition

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Emeka, Egbon Saka and the rest of us


Let me say this before I start, Saka is not his true name, and the name Saka here can either be Hausa or Yoruba. I had to hide his identity to protect him so the monster that bent him does not crush him. His story is not the essence of this piece, he is just one of our many stories. As at 2003 when we met, Egbon had stayed at home for five years after secondary school. he left secondary school

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My life’s journey is that of many parts, every day I try to bring all the parts to an agreement, but I am yet to succeed at that, or maybe I shouldn’t even be trying to do it, I really don’t know yet- but while at it, I try to find how each part makes me better, and how each part can make the society better

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