This collection of essays chronicles a country's fourth attempt at democratic governance after many years of military dictatorship. Through his personal experiences and observations, Bayo Olupohunda captures the reality of Nigeria's socio-political environment at the turn of the millenium, the collapse of dignity in service, and the ubiquitous "Nigerian factor" that creates entitlement. Are you not a Nigerian? examines the lost opportunities, the disappointment of successive administrations, and the dilemma of a nation at a crossroads.
Bayo Olupohunda was born on Okitipupa, He worked as a teacher,freelance journalist and columnist for frontline Nigerian newspapers. He began his writing career as the guardian sunday,and later moved on to contribute to 234NEXT and punch newspaper. In 2014,he emerged a finalist in CNN African Journalist award for Media Excellence work. He currently works as the Editor-in Chief of the online news site,NAIJ.com