Ever Since I had a debating contest at the Speakers’ corner in Hyde park, London in January 2011, I have had the privilege of reading several books by a number of classical authors on the subject of rhetoric and oratory at the British Library.

After my performance (handily won by…

Whether it’s Afghanistan, Russia, Britain or the United States, it’s open season on women and women’s rights.

2021 has been an extraordinarily bad year for women’s rights and women.

In Afghanistan, the Taliban roared back into life, overthrowing the American backed government. No sooner had our militant friends returned than…

Meghan Markle on my mind.

I wrote a very short article last week about Prince Charles being outed as the royal who sought to enquire about baby Archie’s complexion.

When this was pointed out by the duke and duchess in their interview with the Queen of talk shows, it went…

How one book forced Britain’s most famous fee paying School to come to terms with its extraordinary racism and bigotry.

Eton College is Britain’s preeminent fee paying school. Since its founding by Henry VI in 1440, It has produced twenty Prime Ministers including David Cameron and the incumbent, Boris Johnson…

Adebayo Adeniran

A lifelong bibliophile, who seeks to unleash his energy on as many subjects as possible

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