To Sleep

O soft embalmer of the still midnight,Shutting, with careful fingers and benign,Our gloom-pleas’d eyes, embower’d from the light,Enshaded in forgetfulness divine:O soothest Sleep! if so it please thee, closeIn midst of this thine hymn my willing eyes,Or wait the “Amen,” ere thy poppy throwsAround my bed its lulling charities.Then save me, or the passed day … Continue reading To Sleep

“Chineke! Works new life into historic Woolwich”

Chineke! The UK’s first all-black classical music ensemble, alongside National Youth Jazz Orchestra and Punchdrunk theatre who have notoriety for their cutting edge theatre, as well as the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair are set to breathe new life into one of London’s most historic districts; Woolwich, an old part of London’s industrial heartland is set … Continue reading “Chineke! Works new life into historic Woolwich”

An analysis of some provisions of some provisions of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution in Relationship with End of Life Care

The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has entrenched in its provisions laws relating to fundamental human rights in sections 33 to 46 of Chapter Four.These fundamental human rights stand above the ordinary laws of the land. Section 34(1) of the Nigeria Constitution states that “every Nigerian individual is entitled to respect for the … Continue reading An analysis of some provisions of some provisions of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution in Relationship with End of Life Care

Why Tiffany Jenkins is wrong – and museum loot should be returned

There seems to be a slow movement towards restitution of artefacts to the societies in the world culturally ravaged by colonialism – but it is slow in the face of great resistance. Tiffany Jenkin’s writing in London’s Evening Standard, argues that the global ambitions of European museums means they are the best, and indeed only … Continue reading Why Tiffany Jenkins is wrong – and museum loot should be returned