All posts by Fadehan

Blessed to twist you with creativity, I suppose.

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Bond and Betrayal Episode 2

Downstairs, the receptionist was attending to a pot-bellied Lebanese man so Chatt had to take her queue. She sat on a lounger and scanned her surroundings. There was the walls made with marbles, colourful long curtains adorned the windowpanes, the floor tiles reflected the chandeliers, flowerpots dotted about the spacious bar, and a mini fountain … Continue reading Bond and Betrayal Episode 2

Fear. (A dedication to the victims of Boko Haram)

Fear. (A dedication to the victims of Boko Haram)

Iya Agbomola was cutting some herb leaves into a clay-pot when her son entered. She furrowed her face in surprise. “Ogunjide, hope everything is fine?” Jide who was dark and tall prostrated to greet his mother. “Everything is fine mama.” “Then why do you choose to travel on Sunday?” She asked in anxiety, with her … Continue reading Fear. (A dedication to the victims of Boko Haram)

Fabunmi ‘Ekun’ 3

Fabunmi ‘Ekun’ 3

  Silence clouded the palace like a fog. Visitors carried their legs subtly as though they walked on broken pots. Mothers tucked breast to their babies’ mouth even when they did not cry for milk. The little children that played hide-and-seek in the yard covered their mouths, intuitively, with their hands when they screamed from … Continue reading Fabunmi ‘Ekun’ 3

Kalambolo

Kalambolo

Saka saw the reflection of Jonbul’s head in the mirror and he knew something will happen to that head. Something good or bad, beautiful or ugly, nasty or funny, shameful or disgusting, he didn’t have an idea. But somehow, he was certain that something must happen to that head and why he felt that way, … Continue reading Kalambolo