read part one here: http://www.naijastories.com/2019/05/the-chronicles-of-koruga/ But, this news of my father meant little to me. As far as I was concerned, he was a distant memory I knew nothing about. As I mused and ate, a flurry of commotion broke out in the lunch and she walked in. Everyone was afraid of her and as … Continue reading THE CHRONICLES OF KORUGA Part 2.
“The Temperature in Nigeria can kill even the gods. “ Those were the thoughts that woke Dare Olatunji up early on a Wednesday morning. Dare was a young man of average stature, in fact, almost everything about him was average except his eyes which glowed with the natural light of intelligence. The question then remains, … Continue reading Abolonjeku, The Over Eater.
You know, we all have several reasons for living. Several reasons for standing up from our bed every morning. Or mat as my own situation was. I was born enslaved, a second class citizen in my own country but, I am probably one of the few who see it that way. One hundred and fifty … Continue reading The Chronicles of Koruga