Nigeria at 51: An Elegy to A Confounding Country

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I normally don’t join in celebrating Nigeria’s Independence Day anywhere I am in the world; at least not since the late 70s. I also do not write the usual piece analyzing our problems and preferring solutions. Other better, able and more flamboyant writers always find time to do that, but to what end? Nobody seems to ever listen to us, year in, year our. We do it all over again.

 

Our leaders stand on rostrums in parade grounds and exhort  us and repeat promises they said in their election campaigns; read-off dubious achievements; spend a lot of our money partying and giving largesse to their lackeys and sycophants, and forget the purpose for which they are called Leaders.

 

I wrote this piece in the early 80s, and sent it off to Daily Times of Nigeria to publish. I don’t know if they ever published it, but here I am 30 years later, with the same bad poetry, but still relevant to our sad situation today.

 

What is the point I say? Thirty years is almost a lifetime to change things, to develop, to progress. But for Nigerians, it is even getting worse. Is it only me who feel that? No, it cannot be only me.

So here is my bad poetry. I am never a Geoffrey Chaucer, John Keats, William Shakespeare or John Pepper Clarke,  Niyi Osundare,  Wole Soyinka, Ken Saro-Wiwa or the upcoming Odimegwu Onwumere. So forgive me. I have only made a few adjustments to reflect today.

 

Nigeria, Oh, my dear country

Our own dear native land,

I cry and suffer for thee

In these your hard and cruel times,

Will you ever survive?

Nigeria, Oh dear Motherland

You did not do this to yourself

Rather, they did this to you

Curse be to these perpetrators and traitors

And they shall not go unpunished

Nigeria, Oh Nigeria

You have been debased

You have been raped, maimed, looted and quartered

By people of low esteem, selfishness and greed

And of no conscience who never considered

Nigeria, Oh my country

Soldiers have maimed you; politicians have raped you

Civil servants have looted you; business leaders have duped you

And now it is a free for all

And everybody is taking part in the looting

Nigeria, Oh Nigeria of glorious and hopeful yesteryears

Your people cry out to thee

Your people worship Allah and Jesus Christ

They pray for you everyday to God

Yet the same hypocritical people plunder you everyday

Nigeria, the slumbering Giant of Africa

Your image is soiled internationally

That your children are under siege home and away

Insecurity, kidnappings, religious riots

Tribal bigotry and official corruption are your bane

Nigeria, the country of 150 million people

We all cry for you, indeed we all cry for you

Your governments do not respect you

The governed do not respect you

So who will respect you?

Nigeria, dear Naijaland of great potentials

Giant of Africa, when are you going to wake up

Wake up from your moribund slumber

You cannot continue like this

Don’t let them trample all over you

Nigeria, Oh Nigeria

Your children are dying like flies

Due to the insensitivity of inept and evil leaders

And you are sinking deeper into the quagmire of graft

Corruption becomes of you, so produce a leader for us

Nigeria, oh Nigeria, can we really say Happy Birthday?

Instead of celebrating your Independence Anniversary

With parties, food, wine and diverted wealth

I am sitting quietly in my parlour

And crying, while the fools laugh.

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Nollywood stars support Ini Edo for her maiden movie premiere (photos)

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“I’ll Take My Chances“, a new movie starring Ini Edo and Bryan Okwara premiered in Uyo, a south western state in Nigeria over the weekend.

The event created massive buzz in the “Land of Promise”! The stars come out in full force and the Governor of Akwa Ibom in Nigeria, Godswill Akpabio supported the event by hosting it at the Governor’s Banquet Hall in Uyo.

The movie was shot in Uyo, therefore the world premiere was hosted in the city to say “Thank You” for all the hospitality and support.

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Stella Damascus denies relationship with Nigerian Governor

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Another relationship allegation is trailing star actress Stella Damasus and many fans do not know what to believe.

The actress, who is not new to scandals, is being speculated to be in a sizzling romance with Rivers State governor, His Excellency Rotimi Amaechi, according to nigeriafilms.com.

The romance, grapevine reports said, started sometime ago when the actress needed the governor’s help. And the mother of two, the website alleged, has been benefiting from the romance which started not too long ago.

Further speculations said she also took another Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw to meet the handsome and generous governor, but Kate was rumoured to have gone behind Stella to meet with the governor.

However, Stella was reported to have denied the allegation.

“We gathered further that Stella felt bad about Kate’s secret meeting with the governor and she believed that the governor might have started dating her as well. During our investigations, this reporter called Stella Damasus on phone on September 7, to react to the speculation about her liaison with the governor and Kate Henshaw and she reacted, thus ‘I’ve not met His Excellency, Governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi before, I’ve only heard of his name, I wonder why people kept circulating false story about me’,” the website said.

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Tonto Dike Discusses Her Smoking Habit and Why She Acts Nude Movies In New Interview

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In a recent interview, Tontoh Dike discusses her Smoking habits and seminude movies roles. Read excerpts below

How true is the rumor that you are a heavy smoker and can’t do without cigarette?

: We are just so shallow minded. How does that come into the way I act? Excuse me (voice raised). That is my personal life. If I want to smoke, I handle a stick of cigarette and I smoke it hard. It is my life I can decide to smoke myself to hell. It’s nobody’s business.

Yeah! Just like you were smoking before this interview started?

Tonto Dike: It’s left for me to think about it. It’s left for me to continue. How has smoking affected my acting job? It’s nobody business and it doesn’t affect what you see on TV.

Many said your smoking habit has made you become asthmatic.

Tonto Dike: (Laughs out loudly) I think my health problems have nothing to do with my job. If I have a health problem then I have a health problem. It’s not something that is meant for the public or the world.

How true is it also that you are into lesbianism?

ATonto Dike: ha! There is nothing that is surprising to me anymore. I don’t live my life based on what people say about me.

You acted in the movie, ‘Dirty Secret,’ alongside Muna Obiekwe and Jibola Dabo. The movie has generated so much criticism. How have you taken it?

Tonto Dike: I felt it but I felt it in a very positive way. It really helped my career. It helped me with my job and my personality as a woman. The movie has been highly talked about and it even got me more popularity. It was really crazy to be part of it. I got paid to interpret a role as an actress and I did it perfectly well. I don’t give a f**k about what anybody is saying out there.

Some critics felt your seminude role in the movie was totally African?

Tonto Dike: I don’t know what the Africa role is. I don’t know about being an African or not. I am a human being and an actress. That is all I know. Being an African is not part of my job.

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Tonto Dike faces sanctions in Ghollywood

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For daring star-actor Van Vicker, the Ghanaian movie directors are threatening to sanction actress Tonto Dike should she eventually fail to apologise to the former as soon as possible.

The movie directors are compelling the actress to apologise to Vicker or she should forget about participating in any movie production in Ghana.

According to a Ghana-based celebrity blog, Van Vicker is a highly respected star in Ghana and they would not tolerate such insolence from any artiste either from home or abroad.

“Can she insult RMD like that?” one Ghanaian movie director asked angrily.

They are poised to sanction any movie director that features Tonto in his or her movie, and plan to formally write Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) to express their displeasure.

Tonto and Vicker recently had a misunderstanding, while on a movie set in Ghana. Trouble started when the duo were rehearsing their lines separately, contrary to the normal coming together for rehearsal before shoot.

The movie director was said to have stepped in to bridge the gap between the duo, but his presence, according to our source stirred up Tonto’s anger as she allegedly started throwing tantrum.

Tonto Dike is yet to react to the allegation, but unconfirmed source said the controversial actress may not accede to the request.

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Nollywood: Tonto Dike Fights Van Vicker At Movie Location

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The war of words (fight) going on in between Top Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dike and Ghanaian movie star, Van Vicker was reported to have reached a dangerous peak recently with Tonto Dikeh tossing decency towards the fowls when she insulted Van Vicker simply because he cautioned her to avoid smoking on movie set. Read more about Tonto’s addiction to Cigarette

The 2 African movie stars were expected to pair-up on a scene in the movie, but the movie director noticed they were rehearsing their lines separately and stepped in to sort out the friction. Tonto was said to have brought up her “whatever” attitude by lighting her cigarette and puffing smoke at everybody around.

Based on eyewitness report, Van Vicker was said to have courteously informed her to stop smoking on set or head outside. Tonto on the other hand was reported to have taken the comment as an insult and began yelling unprintable words at Van Vicker who just stood still surprised by the unfolding episode.

Tonto was reported to be so upset and also threatened to hit Van Vicker with a table before the intervention of the movie cast and crew.

She has been warned by Ghanaian Movie Directors to apologize to Van Vicker or else she will be banned from acting in Ghana henceforth.

Why is Tonto behaving this way? She is popularly known for being rude
Hey girl, do not allow sudden stardom or wealth to take culture away from you

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Obama’s U.N speech boosts rating in Israel

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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: U.S. President Barack Obama’s popularity has risen sharply in Israel after he spoke out forcibly against a Palestinian statehood bid at the United Nations last week, according to a poll published by the Jerusalem Post Wednesday.

The poll, in the Jerusalem Post newspaper, showed that 56 percent of respondents consider the Obama administration’s policies more beneficial to Israel than to the Palestinians.

Just 19 percent said Obama’s policies favored the Palestinians, while 27 percent called them neutral. A survey in May showed 12 percent thought U.S. policy was pro-Israel and 40 percent saw it as pro-Palestinian.

The survey, conducted by Keevoon Research, polled 506 Hebrew-speaking adults and had a margin of error of 4.5 percentage points, the Post said.

“President Obama’s speech at the U.N. had a very big impact on Israelis,” it quoted Keevoon director Mitchell Barak as saying.

“He clearly stated support for key elements of the Israeli position while avoiding articulating some of the controversial U.S. positions that divide Israelis. For Israelis, his speech was as much about what he didn’t say as it was significant for what he did say.”

In his address to the General Assembly, Obama reiterated his opposition to the Palestinians’ attempt to win U.N. membership, saying there was no “shortcut” to peace.

“Peace will not come through statements and resolutions at the U.N. – if it were that easy, it would have been accomplished by now,” he said.

Obama’s speech, which an Israeli newspaper described as “Zionist,” included references to Israel’s neighbors, suicide bombs and the Holocaust.

But Palestinian leaders complained that he had ignored the plight of their people who have been striving for independence for decades and made no mention of Israeli settlement building on land the Palestinians want for a future state.

After taking office in 2009, Obama was criticized by many pro-Israeli groups for being too tough on Israel in his efforts to coerce the two sides back to the negotiating table.

Recent polls in the U.S. media have said his popularity among U.S. Jewish voters – traditionally loyal to the Democratic Party – has slipped and the Republican party has been swift to brand Obama as anti-Israeli.

(The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)

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Why Obama has turned towards Israel

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President Barack Obama’s speech at the UN on Wednesday was welcomed by almost all major American Jewish organisations and billed in the media as his most pro-Israel yet.

But, if you listen to the current crop of Republican presidential hopefuls, you get a rather different impression.

On Tuesday, the frontrunner, Texas Governor Rick Perry, blamed the president for encouraging the Palestinians to seek membership at the UN.

“Simply put, we would not be here today, at the precipice of such a dangerous move,” he said, “if the Obama policy in the Middle East wasn’t naive, arrogant, misguided and dangerous.”

Not to be outdone, his main rival, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney called events at the UN “an unmitigated diplomatic disaster,” and repeated a much-quoted line from earlier in the year.

“It is the culmination of President Obama’s repeated efforts over three years to throw Israel under the bus,” he said.

Wooing voters

These are bold, incendiary claims, but the candidates clearly feel there is much to be gained from highlighting the president’s alleged hostility to the state of Israel.

Republican Bob Turner has successfully exploited Jewish anxieties over Obama’s Middle East policy

For Republicans, this probably has as much to do with courting staunchly pro-Israel Christian conservatives as wooing Jewish voters.

But recent events in New York suggested that Jewish voters are up for grabs too.

Republican businessman Bob Turner defeated his more politically experienced Democratic rival to capture the seat vacated by disgraced Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner.

In a district that had not been in Republican hands since the 1920s, Mr Turner successfully exploited Jewish anxieties over the president’s Middle East policy, and benefited from an endorsement from the Democratic former New York mayor, Ed Koch.

“Electing Bob Turner on Tuesday will send a huge message to President Obama that we’re not happy with how he’s dealing with Israel,” Mr Koch said in a robocall to voters before last week’s election.

The result clearly reflected frustration over the state of the economy, but Republican candidates in other Congressional districts with significant numbers of Jewish voters will have taken note.

Darling of Congress

Congress itself remains a bastion of pro-Israel sentiment, as witnessed by numerous recent threats to block $50m (£33m) in aid to the Palestinian Authority if it continues its pursuit of UN membership.

Not for the first time, Congress seemed to go too far, even for the government of Israel. According to the New York Times, the State Department enlisted the help of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in urging members of Congress not to block the aid.

Such a move, it was feared, could jeopardise essential Palestinian police training, with damaging effects on Israeli security.

Despite Mr Netanyahu’s complex, sometimes frosty relationship with the Obama White House, he remains a darling of Congress, receiving a rapturous reception in May, when he addressed a joint session.

Members rose to their feet for three dozen standing ovations, the sort of treatment Barack Obama can only dream of.

Mr Netanyahu was quick to highlight the bipartisan nature of the support.

“I see a lot of old friends here,” he noted at the time, “and I see a lot of new friends of Israel too. Democrats and Republicans alike.”

Over the summer, more than 80 members of Congress, from both parties, visited Israel. Members have been falling over themselves to introduce supposedly pro-Israel legislation, including a resolution endorsing Israel’s right to annex the West Bank – proposed by a Republican – and a move to cut off military aid to any country supporting the Palestinian bid for UN membership, sponsored by a Democrat.

Such moves have been seen before, but the strength of the current pro-Israel climate on Capitol Hill clearly complicates Mr Obama’s job as he tries to navigate the mine-infested waters of Middle East diplomacy.

It also poses a domestic political challenge. With next year’s presidential election starting to loom large, the season for traditional White House caution on Israel-Palestine has arrived. Which may go some way towards explaining the tone of President Obama’s speech this week.

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Has John Okafor (Mr. Ibu) benefited from his comedic movie roles?

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John Okafor has become something of a hardened comedian who interprets scripts in his own way—most times to a level that critics have described as ‘hilarious imbecility’.

In fact the Enugu state born actor who is popular as Mr. Ibu interprets his role so well that his teeming fans often find it difficult to draw the line between Okafor and the role he plays in movies. Today the former refrigerator technician, hairdresser, factory worker and itinerant photographer has become very successful as an actor.

A devoted disciple of the genre and a gifted humour creator, Mr. Ibu who wandered into acting by chance, has grown immensely popular that his biggest problem now is privacy and relaxation. ‘I can hardly go anywhere without being mobbed. I have become a public property’ he says

The bulky actor also found time to reflect on the passing away of Samuede Efeimwonkiyeke a.k.a Sam Loco Efe.

Can you still recall the journey here?

Well the journey here has been okay. I thank God for bringing me this far. I started all this as a joke and in fact, got into it by chance. But it started for me even though I didn’t do it as something I wanted to take as a profession from primary school, all through the secondary school and even when I entered higher institution. So, it is a long time that I started being a fool. I recall my teachers asking me often if I was alright, but I always told them that it is a gift that God gave me to make people happy and forget their sorrows and pain. And that gift has not only opened so many doors for me but has put food on my table. I may not be a millionaire, but am very comfortable.

But even though God gave you the talent as you claimed, there must be someone who inspired your incursion?

Yes my grandfather. He is one man who inspired me. Back then in Eziokwe in Nkanu West Local Government Area of Enugu State where I come from, my granddad used to entertain the villagers with jokes. He was like a local champion. So I took after him somehow and to make a difference, I became an idiot who made people laugh from the way I talked, walked, appear and so on. People just start laughing once they see me. Now, people don’t take me serious even when I am serious. It is a problem in a way, but I have devised how to manage that problem. I just begin to cry and when they know that I am not joking, they rush to me.

Once, you mentioned that the late Sam Loco was a heavy influence on you?

Yes he was. I mean, apart from my grandfather, there were other people I encountered on screen that influenced my incursion and the late, oh, I hate to describe him as the late, Sam Loco was one of them. I consider him one of our greatest and irreplaceable actors. I still did not believe he is gone. He is one man that played my father consistently in movies. If I have done 20 jobs, he played my father in 19 and that made us very close. I keep on talking with him even on phone because we have a project together. We were supposed to be at the American Embassy for our visa interview and I called him to give him this information, but no one picked the call. When I called again, someone picked and told me that he had fever the previous night and was still sleeping and will talk to me later. Then not long after, I started receiving calls from people about his death. He will be sorely missed. He was a jolly good fellow—-a master of the craft. I am still trying to walk out of the shock of losing him.

Okay, let us leave that now and talk about your staying power and why you are devoted to just playing comic roles?

If I tell you that I know something else apart from God, then I am a liar. I attribute it to God and God alone. He provides strength. As for comic roles, I am a very flexible and versatile actor but funny enough I have been stereotyped into playing comic roles. I always want to take up other roles but it is not something that I can dictate. I take on roles that I am given. But I still believe in my ability to take up any role.

And the name Mr. Ibu has replaced your given names?

It has and it is not funny even though I am enjoying it. Once someone came around where I live and was asking about John Okafor and people were just wondering who he was looking for; but as soon as he mentioned Mr. Ibu, they pointed to where I lived. And funny enough, I have been answering that name Mr. Ibu before Andy Chukwu wrote that script. He only added a Mister to the normal name they have been calling me and that film turned out to be something else because I was completely an idiot in that film—a very stupid animal. In fact, the character was an idiot, not me. But Ibu came about because of my size. Ibu means load, something with some weight and I have considerable weight as you can see.

So, has acting been very rewarding?

Well, it depends on what you mean by rewarding. If it is being rich, well I am not a rich man, but I am not hungry. God has been so wonderful. People love me so much. Do you know I get cars and money gifts from here and there? People stop me on the way to dash me things because I have brought joy to them. One man stopped me once and dashed me a large sum of money because according to him, I always entertain him and his family. That is the joy. The only problem I have with the whole thing is that people don’t take me serious when I am serious.

If I am crying now, people will think I am joking. If I stop a lady on the street for instance, she will just say ‘hey Ibu, abi you wan use me act again’ and the thing wey dey hungry me go still dey hungry me. I no go talk go that side again. I will respect myself and move on. But I am very happy doing this. I enjoy my stay in the industry so much and I will keep staying, especially now that I consider it my main constituency. I don’t think there is anything that I will get involved in now that will give me as much as the joy that acting has given me.

And my family is happy with what I am doing. They love me to the last. They keep praying for me to succeed and I will never forget them. My mum who is over 80 years is my greatest fan. I love that woman and my family to the core. I love my children too. They answer Ibu more than me. They have been enjoying the fame that comes with this.

 
     
 

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Mr. Ideal 2011 is first ever Nigerian delegate to the Mr. Earth Pagant

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Mr Ideal Nigeria 2011, Ayotunde Ajiboye is officially now Nigeria’s delegate to the Mr Earth worldwide pageant to be held in Guatamala in October 2011, less than a month from now. Ayotunde will be the first Nigerian delegate to the Mister Earth pageant which is now in its 3rd season.
The CEO of the Mr Earth Pageant, Dr Luis Armando Gonzalez Cana says ‘it is very exciting to have a delegate from Nigeria and we look forward to welcoming Mr Earth Nigeria to Guatamala’. The Mr Earth is the search for a male model with beauty, charisma and ecological awareness; activist for ecology and natural resources of our planet Learn to develop environmental projects in their home country or internationally. Being a role model for the world.

 

The chairman of the Mr Ideal Nigeria, Ayotunde Twitch says ‘ Mr Ideal Nigeria  serves as Nigeria’s role model to the world and we are positive he will perform outstandingly well. Ayotunde is very understanding, passionate about life, and he has been wonderful’
Ayotunde ‘s traditional outfit will be provided by Telema Fashions , his suits and swim wear by Mutayz Mode, and his shoes by Joe Itoje. He will received home aerobics/fitness training from his predecessor Wale Bello who now runs Twitch Active.
Ayotunde is currently CEO of Clipse Entertainment is also Nigeria’s delegate to the Mr United Nations which takes place in December in Tanzania.

The current Mister Earth is Alexis Martinez from Puerto Rico

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