values and what’s next – making it count

Good morning world, how are you doing? I have had cause to think over a lot of things. Since my poetry collection, Bring our casket home came out, I have been experimenting on lots of writing – in poetry and now, my short story collection which I hope to get out soon. I’m thinking, add … Continue reading

LIFE (A Poem) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

The stars put out their lamps Leaving the grey sky The moon compensating, smiled meekly A clear ball Different from yesterday’s banana I stayed an eternity with you But just as my heart counted a second The night rolled its mat Bringing in the harsh reality of day. (From Bring our casket home: tales one shouldn’t … Continue reading

THE LISTENERS (A Poem) BY WALTER DE LA MARE

“Is there anybody there?” said the Traveller, Knocking on the moonlit door; And his horse in the silence champed the grass Of the forest’s ferny floor; And a bird flew up out of the turret, Above the Traveller’s head: And he smote upon the door again a second time; “Is there anybody there?” he said. … Continue reading

CURRENT GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL REFORMS IN NIGERIA A paper Presented by Torough Ternenge.

1.1        E-PAYMENT SYSTEM IN NIGERIA 1.2        What is Payment System? A payment system can be defined as the mechanisms, rules, laws, institutions, markets and agreements that facilitate the exchange of value.   A national payment system is therefore a set of interactive elements, operational mechanisms and institutional arrangements for domestic currency payments in an economy. … Continue reading

We would be here (A Poem of comfort) By Agatha Aduro (for Sephaa Charles-Ayede) and For the Living, we cry at death ( a poem) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

We would be here (A Poem of comfort) By Agatha Aduro (for Sephaa Charles-Ayede) and For the Living, we cry at death ( a poem) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

For Sephaa In an instant, the gourd was smashed Broken into irretrievable infinitesimal pieces Your world rocked on its axis Your steps faltered Wobbled for that tiniest fraction of eternity For what is time? But a fraction of eternity And when I, I thought indeed This load should seem a crippling weight Time passed. And … Continue reading