Johnson Babalola

Nigeria’s Economic Problems: The Drone Experience

Nigerians are the best analysts of the nation's problems. Leaders and others take to the…

Dende’s Essay and his Mother’s Lion

Johnson Babalola, a Canada-based immigrtion lawyer, uses the story of Dende and his mother's lion…

The “if” in every life

It is said that hindsight is vision 2020 and that the university of life lessons…

The Devil Enters a Defence

“Good morning, Mr. Devil.”   “Good morning, sir. Please permit me to say two things:…

The Sacrifice

Go back home, call your cabinet members, members of your family and your friends. Inform…

Fraudsters, God and a Phone Call

The night before was busy as I had watched back-to-back NBA Playoff games into the…

Freedom of speech: Unintended consequences

We must always be in control of our utterances, writings, and actions. You never know…

Power, Slap, God and Us

By Johnson Babalola It was a hot afternoon in a town called Abeokuta in Nigeria.…

My Mother’s Kitchen Cabinet

“Mom, look at this kitchen even though it is already renovated by dad. The colours…

Vicarious Versus Environmental Trauma: A Long-Distance Conversation

Like all Diasporans, Johnson Babalola, a Canada based lawyer, management consultant and public affairs analyst,…