Years ago, I used to watch a TV show called Kabenko. It was a show in Yoruba language where the fearless anchor, whom I have forgotten his name would ask the guest questions that could land him in jail or be beaten after the show. The meaning of Kabenko is punching a blade or knife with your bare fist. The logo of the show; showed a fist dripping with bloods with the dagger by the side.

In one of the shows, the anchor asked the Oni of Ife of blessed memory; Alayeluwa Oba Okunade Sijuwade

“Is it true that all your children were adopted because we heard from the grapevine that you are impotent?.” 

The king smiled and said. “The only way to find out is to bring your mum to me. She will be able to tell you after sleeping with her if I am capable or not.”

The anchor also asked a prominent rich man in Osogbo, ” baba we heard that you made the bulk of your money from armed robbery; is it true?”

The man also smiled and answered ” It is not true. I work hard for my money”

Every body in Yoruba speaking states loved the show. We loved it so much. The anchor was a fearless interviewer. He could ask anything from anybody no matter who you are.

Why am I writing about Kabenko?  The paramount reason is that this blog is going to be exposing some things around us. I will be brutally honest in posting various controversial topics in the days to come. I will not mind whose horse is gored. You can see that the logo of the blog is a ticking bomb.


I am tired of the deceptions going around me. The deceptions in the church. The deceptions in the world. They are all around us. I am also going to be posting a lot on how we can also be successful in the internet age. So the blog is not going to all about exposing deceptions.

Just keep on coming to this page and also subscribe for you not to miss any of the posts.


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