The woman in flames. Hey woman! I see you at the back, I see you behind the scenes, I see your struggles not noticed, I see the sadness you concealed behind your precious smile, I see the sadness you can’t hide, but you shed them in darkness, I know the struggle since your gestation period. … Continue reading The woman in flames
At the cool of the evening she walked right in at your invite. So pretty that you could barely get ur eyes off her, you could feel her innocency and pure heart as she walks towards you. Good evening Friend; she greeted as she gives a smile of trust at your words that nothing would … Continue reading Stop the Rape
BE A MAN! “Be a man! My brother, and endure it!…” “Why can’t you be a man?…” “You are a man, you shouldn’t show any form of weaknesses…” “Be a man, Men don’t cry out. They endure…” “Be a man, men are not vulnerables, they are strong people. They don’t cry…” The Be-A-Man Syndrome has … Continue reading Be A Man
DEAR UCHE NJIE, FROM MY LIFE I WRITE TO YOU THE MEMORIES OF A LONGING LIFE. Like the spider spinning her web and knowing which threads were safe for her to tread on and which were the sticky ones meant to trap her meals, I am quite a stammerer blaming the work of my maker … Continue reading Dear Uche Njie, From My Heart I Write To You The Memories Of A Longing Life
THE YOUTH AND THE COUNTRY: UNEMPLOYMENT The problem of unemployment has gone viral over the years in our country. It has been one of the major problems that this country has suffered over the years. No work for the youths and those who are supposed to resign from their various departments in the government sector … Continue reading The Youth And The Country: Unemployment
So much have been said about the pandemic of Coronavirus which has hits the globe, disrupt businesses and hindered movement of people from one place to the other. There are so many guidelines from World Health Organization (WHO) and Nigeria Centre for Disease Control(NCDC) on how to curb the spread of the Coronovirus. In the … Continue reading How to make Sanitizer at Home
As part of the strategies aimed at Giving Value to Beauty, Culture & Intelligence, the Kwara State Commissioner for Local Government & Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Aisha Ahman Pategi throws Her weight behind the Organisers of Miss Liberty Nigeria – 2020 by giving them Full Support towards a Successful and Memorable Event. In her … Continue reading Hon. Aisha Ahman Pategi, Throws Weight Behind MISS LIBERTY NIGERIA – 2020
Marlians! I guess you must have heard of the movement, but what I can assure you is that you haven’t heard of the Marlian cult. Who is a Marlian? This is recent youthful movement gaining ground across Nigeria. According to the urban dictionary, A Marlian is any real follower of the controversial Nigerian singer, Naira Marley. On the surface, this definition seems … Continue reading Marlians, Are They Cultists?
The Sad Side Of Love I couldn’t help but feel the pleasure turning into pains, when I think of the memories burning in my brain, I had no choice but to slide back into my past to erase my fears. Love lie indeed, after been seen as the intense feeling of deep affection, yet we … Continue reading The Sad Side Of Love
I WANT TO RAISE HUMANS, NOT GENDERS. I don’t really understand the kind of children some of our parents are raising now. The kind of children some of us grew up to become. Most parents are busy doing one thing or the other that they don’t really have time to groom their children the way … Continue reading I Want To Raise Humans, Not Genders.
Our identity as a people is our culture—the distinguished values and patterned way of life that manifest in what we collectively hold to be true: what we wear, what we do and how we do them. But now when radical relativism, and unrestrained cultural assimilation are the order of the day, I worry that the … Continue reading On Trends: African Youths and Culture
We aren’t slaves forced to go to school And get employed as civilized servants With a pension too little to own the passion To read the nights and right the days ahead. We need to graduate with good grades Not as frustrates’ with sticks of cigarettes Under the hot weather like an angry welder … Continue reading We Are Students Not Slaves
WRITER’S MISERIES AND NIGHTMARES: EMOTIONAL BREAKDOWN The most electrifying and interesting part of a writer’s life is to hold his or her hardcopy published book on his or her hand, to read or to show some friends and family members and relations. This means a lot to many writers out there. Some have not gotten … Continue reading Writer’s Miseries And Nightmares:Emotional Breakdown.
WRITING IS NOT A CHILD’S PLAY Writing is not for lazy minds, it is not for those who cannot think beyond where they are or what they see. It is not for those who cannot think outside the box neither is it for those who want to do it because others are doing it. It … Continue reading Writing Is Not A CHILD’S play
IT IS A CRIME TO BE POOR HERE The other day I was listening to Olamide’s song “Poverty Die”. The chorus got me, it went into my veins, to my bone marrows; and I remembered how being poor here is a sin, how being poor here is a crime because you will be denied of … Continue reading It Is A Crime To Be Poor Here