It’s a One Word 2

It’s a One Word 2

Continued from previous post… We paused what we were doing to make sure we’d heard right, discussions suspended, the hustle and bustle of getting ready for a new lecture temporarily dismissed, notes and materials debarred from completing their voyages from bags. She repeated herself “I say hope you are enjoyed your holidays”. All doubt was … Continue reading It’s a One Word 2

If Satan Repented

Accra, Ghana. July 13th, 2013 “The Supreme Court of Ghana hereby sentence you, Corporal Agya Akosua to death by….. The corporal just stood, transfixed. The worst had finally happened. I am innocent, but God why? Various methods of capital punishments ran through his mind within seconds just before the judge pronounced it.  …Death by decapitation, … Continue reading If Satan Repented

It seems Like A Crime To Be A Lady

It seems like a crime To be a lady Or female or feminine For exactly At the age of forty I’ll be loosing everything: My strenght, My youthfulness, My beauty, My cherished croniness My husband used to fall for So if menopause should come Let it come at the age of seventeen For it is … Continue reading It seems Like A Crime To Be A Lady

ASUU AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAGA (A Change is Needed)

  It is very tragic that there is a downtool in the higher educational system of Nigeria due to the federal government’s inability to fulfill the 2009 agreement it had with the Academic staff union of universities(ASUU).The union embarked on a nationwide strike on July 2nd due to the federal government’s defiance to honour the agreement it entered with … Continue reading ASUU AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAGA (A Change is Needed)

Cornflakes (Part Four)

Cornflakes (Part Four)

Nine pm, the night of the following day, Ghenero was to meet Stanley at the suite to collect her payment for the Abuja trip. She went to PM hotel with policemen in mufti who had inconspicuously positioned themselves around and within the hotel. At the reception in the hotel lobby, the attendants were able to … Continue reading Cornflakes (Part Four)