He had been dating her for six months and counting, but she didn’t know that yet. All his friends knew she was the love of his life expect her. She was the reason he masturbates in the toilet before bathing, she was always the subject of his wet dreams, but he had been hiding his … Continue reading Love Killed Him
“Madam, I want to thank you for your recommendation,” Steven said. I smiled casually and answered,” No problem, we thank God” The promotion list has just being released and all the lucky staff are dropping by to show their appreciation. My life is so sweet and beautiful. I get to wake up whenever I like, … Continue reading 7 things on my mind
“I love him, I love him not. “I love him, I love him not. “Oh, Shit, I love him. Wait do I really love him? “I don’t know for you o. It’s just been three months, and his possessiveness has started bothering me. What would you do with this clingy Jide who’s becoming stickier than … Continue reading Campus Wahala series; How to lose a guy (Chapter 1)
“Hmm, I think I did well today”, I said to myself. The morning never seems so promising, I thought losing my turn that morning was the last for the day. Sam had her 100% attention, I was left standing alone, greeting my other colleagues, saying “hi” wasn’t much fun for a day like this. All … Continue reading The Girl I Like 2
It’s the first day of lecture for the semester, like a primary school pupil, I’ve been anticipating. I woke up as early as 4am, I ironed my new pack shirt or is it corporate shirt. I was really optimistic, “today is gonna be a good day” I said as I pick a new pant trouser … Continue reading The Girl I Like 1
Not even with our own Adichie’s reveal of the danger around the single story have we come close to bidding farewell to this misfortune. We have carefully passes the single story of values, beliefs, culture and lifestyle from generation to generation despite its glaring, perilous consequence. Alas! Danger looms. To begin to tell the multiple … Continue reading The other story of feminism, episode 1
I stand at the threshold of life. Two roads lead to where I want to be, the road on my right is a sleek and outstretched one, the sigh on it says “The Crowd”. It wasn’t long before a herd of humans shoved past me onto the road. I step aside as I watch them … Continue reading Threshold Of Life.
Three thieves agreed to set up a church.. A business venture certain to boom Not knowing the name to call the church Sat one morning to deliberate on the issue. . The first speaker got up ,eager to speak. The gang informant ,famous and Let’s call it apostolic living faith of redeemed .. In attempt … Continue reading Three Thieves
mr was met julian at a church crusade and fell for her instantlty. He asked her out and she accepted. She gave a condition:there would be no sex, no romance,no kissing. He agreed hoping she would soon change her mind. Julian was the church girl. The type who could memorise the bible verses. . She … Continue reading Who is to blame?
Akíntayo Akínjídé Dedicated To All Nigerian Soldiers Some of the other soldiers in the bus sang that sad song that became popular after Paul Walker died. Jesse never cared to learn the lyrics. The song was definitely too sad to be learnt. And he hated negative energies like the one the song emitted. The only … Continue reading Anthill of Sambisa
September 1 September ushered in the last of the rains; the kind that fell noiselessly and without the fierce winds like in May and June. May 17 May was when I saw it, the fierce eyes of Soluja the mad man. it had been a cloudy day, one where, the blackness of the cloud thickened, … Continue reading Mary Does Not Know
It was a very bright morning. I was walking down the street when I saw people all gathered at a spot, on the other side of the road. They all focused their gaze on something. What could that be? I asked myself. I knew it must be something bad. I was going to satisfy my … Continue reading Death For Sale
The Blind Beggar Beggars are a nuisance at any time: they are always there when you don’t want them to be, obstructing your path and thrusting their alms bowls into your face. They usually come at you in a swarm, like flies congregating on cow dung: the blind, the deaf, the physically disabled and the-plain-just-beggars … Continue reading The Blind Beggar – Flash Fiction
Saturday night was pretty ugly for me. It was exactly 2:00 am when she rang my phone. Then it was as though the ringtone of my phone was heard from the dream world, as I couldn’t clearly picture in my dream whether or not it was my own phone that was ringing. After a couple … Continue reading I Thought I Could Make Her My Girlfriend
I opened my eyes to find seven cruel looking monsters beating up a dwarf clothed in a white that was drenched by blood. His face bled from several cuts all over. He remained at a place while heavy punches kept crushing his supposedly handsome face. He was totally powerless. I made to scream but the … Continue reading Your Life