The Rumble in London (I)

Enough is enough! they cried, and even for that catharsis alone, one sensed, the public protest was worth it. As their countrymen melted into the non-Nigerian Africanness of the besieged professional – or cleaner – in London, these ones had stood up publicly to identify with, to stand up for their troubled nation. And they were not just striking out for nation, they were striking out for themselves. For their spiritual health. … Continue Reading >The Rumble in London (I)