She felt wearied by their presence even though she knew they were all there for her. Or so they told her over and over again. The band they had hired crooned song after song praising her maternal skills, her […]
Akunna’s hut stood at the edge of the village. As if that was not enough, she had a dog that she treated like gold. True, the dog had belonged to her beloved late husband but still that was no reason for her to […]
The streets were empty but solitude was all the company Bamidele craved as she walked home. The last few hours at the hospital had been terrible. Two births and two badly wounded victims of a car crash were more […]
i disagree with most of what you said. cystic fibrosis does happen (however rarely) among children of West African origins.
and as for diagnosis, i would think hospitals of 20 years ago were more efficient than […]