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Adanma – Dances With Wind (Part 2)

At the dance the following evening, Adanma and I sat side-by-side at the foot of a mango tree, she wasn’t to perform this particular evening, as this dances were restricted to Masquerades and little children dance groups, there were so many costumes, everyone seemed in a light mood, worries away. The real dances started once … Continue reading Adanma – Dances With Wind (Part 2)

THIS FRIDAY! Annual Creative Writing Seminar by Levuz Writes’ Organization

To Lovers of Creative Writing and Literature all over the world, and to our friends and families, Dear friend, It is with great joy that we in Levuz Writes’ Organization cordially invite you to the 2017 edition of our annual THIS FRIDAY! Creative writing seminar, which will be holding by 4:00pm on Friday, 3rd March, … Continue reading THIS FRIDAY! Annual Creative Writing Seminar by Levuz Writes’ Organization

The Cell 4

Three men dressed in camouflage converged over a map spread on top of a table in an uncompleted building. One man pointed at a spot on the map. “As they descend this slope, they will lose direct line of sight of this section of the road”, he continued pointing to another spot on the map. … Continue reading The Cell 4

Adanma – Dances With Wind

I love memoirs, I enjoy those sad and sometimes humorous mind trips down memory lane, remembering or telling these stories isn’t the hard part, putting them into words is, but every time I am able to piece these stories into words, Its always a delightful pleasure sharing them with you. On a late winters eve … Continue reading Adanma – Dances With Wind

“Generational Migrants”

GENERATIONAL MIGRANTS   They left their generation And came to our generation They colonize us, even in our own times They demoralize us, even so many times “Generational Migrants”   They occupy our positions In all our institutions They were leaders in their times Now leaders in our times “Generational Migrants”   They are Square … Continue reading “Generational Migrants”

The Cell – 3

Igbekele handed over the piece of paper to Ediabani who glanced at it casually once and tore it to shreds. “We are done here, the boys will see you off”, Igbekele said and the door opened behind Agents Emeto and Nduka. The men that brought them walked up behind them silently and wore them the … Continue reading The Cell – 3