Mickey Jay: Memoirs Of A Lagos Playboy (XVIII)

Mickey Jay: Memoirs Of A Lagos Playboy (XVIII)

November 13th 2012. 11:49am. It was one of those days. When I awoke in the morning, I wasn’t feeling refreshed. In fact, I felt like I hadn’t slept a wink all night even though I had blacked out the moment my body hit the bed. My routine at work had been so crazy for the … Continue reading Mickey Jay: Memoirs Of A Lagos Playboy (XVIII)

TOMORROW, STILL ALIVE (Tribute to Chinua Achebe/Kofi Awoonor)

The break of dawn welcomed us with open arms We were awake; ready to live life Unsure of what gifts it will bring to us; But we still opened our arms; embraced life joyfully   Today; still alive in our hearts   In our minds, pictures of uncertainties reeled before our eyes Our visual senses … Continue reading TOMORROW, STILL ALIVE (Tribute to Chinua Achebe/Kofi Awoonor)

And Ndu set forth… – 13

And Ndu set forth… – 13

* * * * * The Murtala Mohammed International airport, Ikeja had not changed in Ukah’s eyes when he emerged from the airliner en route from Ottawa, Canada. He had been a former undergraduate at Schulich School of Business, York University. Before his present predicament, he had been in a pay-roll of a Columbian multi-millionaire … Continue reading And Ndu set forth… – 13