Writing Prompt Mar 1 : Amadioha – Submit and Rate Your Favorites

Writing Prompt Mar 1 : Amadioha – Submit and Rate Your Favorites

The Winner of the last prompt is @dkny111 with 9 votes. Please contact admin@naijastories.com if you prefer N200 airtime. Your 1500 NS Points has already been credited to you. Today’s prompt is below. Think about it, is it a name, a god, what? Submit from now until next Friday. Read the Complete Rules First, before submitting. http://www.naijastories.com/2013/02/the-writing-prompt-challenge-series/ … Continue reading Writing Prompt Mar 1 : Amadioha – Submit and Rate Your Favorites

Should a Dress Code be Implemented on Nigerian Campuses?

Should a Dress Code be Implemented on Nigerian Campuses?

Sitting on the laps of history, a story is told of the late 1960’s in American and European Universities where students and some lecturers initiated unorthodox modes of dressing as a form of political protest, for example against the United States involvement in Vietnam. By the end of colonialism and apartheid, rebellious modes of dressing … Continue reading Should a Dress Code be Implemented on Nigerian Campuses?

National Disservice

Onyinye looks up as Peter makes an entrance into her bedroom. Dressed in an over-sized National Youth Service Corp khaki uniform, the matching beret turned backwards, he’s crooning P-Square’s latest song in a shrill falsetto. “Omalicha…what a beautiful Onyinye.” A weak smile temporarily brightens Onyinye’s downcast face. She had been afraid that despite the pleading … Continue reading National Disservice

Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)

Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)

TIME IN A BOTTLE – ILERIOLUWA (SENGA) I did time once Yeah, I did time in a bottle Locked up in the green ones And the keys thrown down the bottom Flaming stream coursing through my body Liquid fire left my eye balls cranky and swollen Yeah I did time in a bottle Held captive … Continue reading Time In A Bottle – Ilerioluwa (senga)