Archive for October, 2009

The Amanama Photojournal: Dance Drama

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

“Dance Drama”

photos from Patrick Amanama

How do you want to spend your eternity? In Life, heaven is real and hell is real.

This dance drama by kids of Standard Foundation Nursery/Primary School (Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria) started with the deaths of two young men. After death comes Jugdement [the bible]. The stories of their lives while on earth was played out for them. The good man goes to HEAVEN while the bad man goes to HELL. What a feeling to be in the bossom of our lord almighty! Our kids learn to DO by DOING. Let’s make our ways straight. …..Patrick Ebi Amanama


missing. FEARED ALIVE. by Dr. Wilson Orhiunu a.k.a Babawilly

Thursday, October 15th, 2009


By Dr Wilson Orhiunu


‘In the abundance of water the fool is thirsty’ said Peter. He said that anytime he heard of a fuel shortage in Nigeria, African’s largest oil exporter.

‘Look, I didn’t ring you with my precious credit to hear Majek Fashek quotations you hear’ said Mama.

‘Bob Marley Mama’ said Peter.

‘I don’t care. Do you know I have walked into the street for a better reception? This phone cannot pick signals in the house. Now answer me. What are we going to do about Uncle T?’ said Mama.

Peter looked at his watch. Something had told him not to answer the phone. He wished he hadn’t. ‘Have you been to the police?’ he asked. (more…)

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