Until you realized God’s purpose and plans for your life you will never reach the destination God has ordained for you to be. How can you realize God’s plan for you when you don’t even have relationship with Him?? God only reveals His plan to those who have relationship with Him through the Lord Jesus … Continue reading Fulfilling God’s Purpose For Your Life
I’m from the place where the sun shines bright and the people are very shady, I’m from the place where you are given four options but people would still tell you to shade E. I’m from the place where the generally accepted norm is corruption, I’m from the place where integrity and altruism ain’t … Continue reading Where I’m From
Immediately, she began applying for a job. She couldn’t sit down at home and fold her hands and so using the little money she had saved, Mum ventured into trading just to earn a living. At night, while I pretend to be asleep, mummy will hold my hands, praying and crying. She never cried … Continue reading HER CHOICE, MY LIFE; MERCI MAMAN (Concluding part)
A city that never sleeps; was a popular phrase, by one of my uncles, who virtually spent over twenty years as a resident in Lagos. He has retired now after 35years of dedicated civil service. A city, I always dreamt of as a kid, heard of on the News and read on the pages of … Continue reading Making The Best Of Lagos Traffic!
The second part of the series on the times, roles and death of Nigeria’s first military head of state.
A family-she make a home to be as one. A mother-she is the general manager of the house. A wife-she is the foundation of the house. A fiance -she is the one I see as my life partner. A sister-she gives me advice. A daughter-I love her so much. A girl friend- she keeps me … Continue reading A Woman – Story by Dindy
What makes dirty water stink tis not because it was made dirty, think But cos some stupid jackal made it unfit to drink What makes my homies so rotten Tis not because they’re so stupid 2 do their own button But because they’re so lazy 2 realise they just passed forty. My lyrics stinks Shit, … Continue reading What makes dirty water stink
“Hello?” Someone said in a very attractive locution. I was struck by the familiar yet strange voice. I stopped short, my journey to the bathroom became suddenly irrelevant until I satisfied my curiosity. I crawled behind the cream curtains that divided the sitting room from the narrow passage and peeked. There she was! Pacing to … Continue reading She’s Just 9!
SAND=>WRITE UP BY DINDY do not share without talking to me personally and asking for permission,thank you for reading this write up… Sand a part of us,we were made from it and we shall one day turn to it,sand is more than it looks,it is very important to adults and kids. Kids play with sand … Continue reading Sand – Story By Dindy
“The echoes of a dad’s loving touch lingers a lifetime!” Hugs! Pecks! kisses! And a tender gentle touch! Speechless expression of love and affection. … It was exactly 5:35am. There I was seated in the toilet answering nature’s call. In my company was the prerecorded voice of Mr. Muyiwa Afolabi emanating from my wife’s Techno … Continue reading Just a Little Touch of Love
The Nigerian situation reveals a very sharp contradiction. We are a people so religious and at the same time so bereft and bankrupt of the spirituality that should ordinarily flow from religiosity. In almost every street today in this country, churches bearing strange names engraved on different shape and sized signboards pock their heads to … Continue reading Shalom: The Loaves
A series that addresses the time, roles and death of Nigeria’s first military head of state.
Chapter 2 – WISDOM IN A SMALL HEAD Ayodeji tried to speak with his friend when everyone left him in the sitting room. What happened was that Kunle’s girlfriend Telma, who was an unknown witch caught Kunle cheating on her with her cousin and she decided to bewitch him. She laced a very strong spell … Continue reading The Afternoon Sacrifice (2 of 2)
Chapter 1 – A HEAD TOO SMALL Looking at the giant gate of the Akeredolus’- with his head too small to house wisdom and a mouth that was big enough to swallow the world – Ayodeji could tell that something was not right in the big compound of the gigantic house. The gate was unusually … Continue reading The Afternoon Sacrifice (1 of 2)
Death is a cold hard fact. A slap in the face of the living. A reminder of your fragile mortality. It doesn’t just take from you, it leaves you with the feeling of loss, pain and heart-wrenching grief. The hardest part is knowing you won’t see that person again. Whether it is laughter or pain … Continue reading Death