On His Zenith

November 14, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

While I was observing what to be called self-isolation to meditate and reflect on the global occurrences, I had a companion in this man, Jim Ovia, the founder of the multinational Zenith Bank, who opened […]


Thorn In His Flesh

November 7, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

Another reason I shall always thank all my lecturers in International Relations Department of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife is their devotion to work which ensured we were fully baked to understand the workings and […]


Avoid Kingdom Of Anarchy

October 24, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

Given some pockets of harassment, intimidation and extortion which I witnessed on Ibadan-Ife highway some days ago, I found validation to my reservation towards the EndSARS protesters. As one whose calling requires to permanently pit […]


Test of Unity

October 5, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

During this week, one of my revered lecturers in the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Professor Richard Olaniyan forwarded some messages to me as he often does being my teacher who, feels he must keep me […]


Tayo Alesinloye !!!

September 26, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

Death is inevitable; thus all souls will taste it. Then isn’t it inexplicable that death occurrence is greeted with sorrow, cries and lamentations? Between January and this outgoing week, three souls, who occupy a special […]


Procrastination is evil

September 19, 2020 Tunde Busari 0

During this outgoing week, I wrote on my Facebook wall few words about my certain regret on an octogenarian, Chief Areoye Oyebola, who picked interest in me after I had published him on his 80th […]



July 24, 2020 0

A British philosopher cum philanthropist, John Ruskin lived between 1819 and 1900 and left indelible works on a variety of subjects such as Literature, Education, Geology, Botany, Political Economy and others. His brilliance also as […]

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