ex Mayor Ubini, popularly known as RMU, is a prolific writer, a poet, a sculptor, an artist, a dramatist, a website developer, an MME (Audio Mix & Master Engineer) and audio studio engineer.

His literary works are worthy of reading. He was published in a poetry article on December 8,2014; page 15 of The Union News Paper, Lagos. His poem " Adieu Maya Angelou" brought him to limelight among Maya Angelou fans in US when its audio was aimed in her tribute ceremony on June 7,2014. He has sculpted a lot of bronze art sold across Nigeria and other countries. He is the C.E.O of Asaluma, a company for the production of artworks.

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Rex mayor Ubini Poems

When Justice And The People Are Free

Dearth claims the crown of the sky
Birds are deprived a space to fly
Seeds have no sand to sprout
Where lack reigns over as drought... more »

In Chains Of Secrecy

Eh! Eh! Eh! Eh!
My eyes have heard,
That which my ears could not hear,
My ears have seen,... more »

More Tasty

My heart had been crushed
Yet its pieces are gathered
Placed on time's healing hand
My strong will walks on rough land... more »

Rex mayor Ubini Quotes

'If you say you love me without a reason to hate me, then your love is not true. Oh yes! You only love the good side of me without a recourse to the fact that I am human; a being striving to touch the sky of perfection yet is pulled down by the gravity of its very nature. There must be some things You so much hate about me; which your love is strong enough to ignore, that's when and only then your love is true.'
True Love
'If you say you love me without a reason to hate me, then your love is not true. Oh yes! Is not. You only love the good side of me without a recourse to the fact that I am human: A being striving to touch the sky of perfection yet is pulled down by the gravity of its very nature. There must be some things You so much hate about me; which your love is strong enough to ignore, that's when and only then your love is true.'
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Comments about Rex mayor Ubini

Masoumeh Alizadeh 18 Nov 2014 06:21
nice i read your poems