All posts by TheOnkanwe

Am a man born September 8, 1994. I love to read, write and think, let me say am a literate. Am a skeptic, a lover of nature and a realist, I see life as black and white, a piece of art on the canvass of an artist. I see feminism as a movement that does more harm to the woman image than good.

All For Big Brother Africa

The Nigeria-South Africa relations may be facing the cadillac of its existence since the end of apartheid in 1994. It showed recently in the decision of the South African government, promising to return the $15 million arms deal money it earlier seized from Nigeria, though no timeline of when the seized money will be returned … Continue reading All For Big Brother Africa

Avowal

Avowal

My hands are bestowed on my chin, with my eyes espying on something, I can therefore see the forthcoming. And my heart beat is delaying, Nevertheless my soul is at ease with just one thought lingering, She gladdens my heart, The lady called Gladys. Seeing her gait pass my presence bequeaths my heart with savour … Continue reading Avowal

Ufuoma

Ufuoma

Cheapest of all my meritorious acquisitions Dearly is the price I pay to be deserving daily Tongues and tribes hail for your sweet portions Yet in my belittled bosom you render services unfailingly Many mighty men of great caste have fallen Men of wisdom sang eulogy, wrote verses “eye for an eye” to lure your … Continue reading Ufuoma

Vagary

Tardily I sauntered on a Friday night Across tainted busy night time streets of EKENHUAN Just to make my soul seem allayed of unsavoury desires Street lights came alive As fog and night flies roam in the air And I roved the streets like a devil looking to devour a stranger Where do I go … Continue reading Vagary