Ihad an impromptu lunch at my niece's place last Sunday. It was at such an inconvenient time that I would ordinarily have let it pass. We had our cultural harvest in church which meant a longer day at church. Then there was the premier league football match where Arsenal were due to play, and there was a tennis final in China that was featuring two of the exciting next-gen players.These presented an ideal 'stay at home' scenario for me. But the opportunity to spend time with my very gifted niece whom I rarely see, and her genteel sister who was flying out that evening to her base in England, and who was the reason for the lunch, was too appealing to miss. I thought I'd cajole my niece to tune to sports which,outside basketball, isn't her favourite past time. But try as she could, her 'sophisticated gadget' couldn't raise the games I wanted. So a crestfallen Kemi admitted that 'this thing has fallen my hand' and pleaded for us to watch a new documentary on Netflix instead.Continue reading A game of numbers: My take on Igbo presidency at Vanguard Nigeria. Click here to read full news..