After Rona

Almost like a sweet song or a sweet dance accompanying a sweet song ‘Rona’ seems to be all we can talk about these days. You head over to social media to let off steam, Rona. You go on WhatsApp to chat with friends, Rona. Nowadays, it seems like the news we were all running away from has become our only respite. At least you still find some TV stations showing something other than Corona. The second phase of the lockdown has reached how many days now? 7 to be precise. I just completed its first week out of two weeks, and safe to say I’ve never been so bored in my life.

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The descent

    Through the years, it has always been said that Nigeria would experience a great revolution. A revolution where the poor would pick up arms against the elite and the ruling class, a power tussle between the haves and have-nots, a violent rat race. I myself strongly believe in this theory because; the gap between the privileged and less privileged is so wide and deep, you will need a speed boat to wade through those waters. The state lockdown that stemmed from coronavirus ushered in a new wave of agitations that the government obviously did not take into account.

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