* Only fools try to control time.
* Consequentialism should first deal with subjective rather than objective definitions of good and bad.
* The truth should not be silenced because it gives some people goose bumps.
* The issue of choice does not arise in abortion. People should not have choice to or not to commit murder.
* In life poetry is replicated, in poetry life is explained.
*Applause is the best prize for an artiste.
*One who has greatness recognizes greatness.
*Justice is blind but does not bite the fingers that feed her.
*People get rich by working hard to create wealth and also by working hard to keep it.
*Most Laws Are Anti-Poor Because The Poor Do Not Become Law Makers.
*Do not throw stones at the other person because you would not know what the other person would throw in return.
*Freedom without the necessary restrictions is Absolutism. Absolutism in freedom works both ways; For and against you.
*The concept of Royalty is antithetical to the universally accepted maxim that; All men (and women) are born equal.
*How would gays contribute to continuity of humanity since there would be no conception?
*Apart from courage, you must have a good dose of stupidity to be a writer. You must be stupid enough to think that you can change the world with written words.
*There is always a confluence where idealism and reality meet.
*Laws are made and enforced by the conquerors for the conquered.
*The relevance of a writer should be measured by the number of ordinary people conversant with the works of the writer.
*The complacency of today will loom large like incubus and summon us to repay debts incurred, the time will be tomorrow.
*I will speak to generations after mine. Mine is almost irredeemable. The ones before mine are irredeemable.
*Any man can be controlled by a woman who knows how to use her natural instruments of control.
*Power protrudes from the brain, biceps and bosom, albeit in variations.
*The toughest person can be softened by a loved one.
*Literature remembers the past, memorizes the present and imagines the future.
*The surest route to greatness is to help others to achieve greatness.
*The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the sword handles issues faster.
*Money may be preferred by many to intellect, yet money remains one of the least products of intellect.
*The concept of formal education was developed by illiterates.
*Equality of all before the law is part of the hypocrisy of law.
*Founders of major religions started by "blaspheming".
*People who consort with oppressive regimes always end up being victims of such regimes' oppression.
*When a child is abused in any form, society is distorted, because the child's adult life will in some ways manifest such abuses.
*News reporters should be both pro and anti establishment, depending on where truth and justice are found at any given time.
*Decency means adherence to at least minimum standards of civility.
*I believe in the universality of arts and literature. I believe that they should appeal to all persuasions.
*Humanity is one in diversity.
*The first King was not a Prince.
*Writers who write for the future do not usually win awards in the present.
*War is an unnecessary instrument of peace.
*Unconditional makes love unreasonable, motivating conditions make it reasonable.
*There are two categories of people we respect, those we love and those we fear.
*Loyalty is a major requirement even in hell.
*The rule in a rat race is that there are no rules.
*War mongers need peace to plan wars.
*It takes more to protect wealth than it took to create it.
*Anything legitimate, including selling crayfish is better than being a poet. At least, you would not be a poverty stricken super star.
*Christianity and Islam, both owe their spread to terrorism in its broader definition, what they preferred and still prefer to call "holy wars". The difference is that presently, Christianity is in control of the important spheres of power namely: political, economic and cultural, while Islam is fighting to balance the terror.
*Literary Critics should be the least of writers’ problems.
*Literary Critics are not gods, they are humans, so their appreciation of literary works are a function of their beliefs, etc.
*Critiques are not and should never be taken as holy writs. The best judges of literary productions should be the consumers, not the producers and/or the professional literary critics.
*Literary Critics should be placed in the category of consumers of literature where they rightly belong and not in the category of gatekeepers of Literature, because Literature have no gate.
*Every human have two personalities; The public and the private. The two are largely different.
*There is a disconnection between Christ and many Christians.
*Pentecostal Preachers in Africa would become irrelevant if there are no more notions of "all woes are from witches and wizards".
*No writer is rated appropriately. A writer is either over rated or under rated.