Beneath the picture she just zoomed, three hyperlinks came into full display. ‘UNB3LIVABL3! Husband caught in the act smashing two hot UNIDAK chicks! Click below to see the video. Watch what Titilayo was caught doing to this Lecturer SHAME! See this motorcyclist in Uyo using his rod on two secondary school girls.’ Margaret’s eyes … Continue reading Sense Of Fury [18+]!
“Sit down here while I talk to you. You don’t walk out on me!” That was two weeks ago. “You fool, is that what your mates are doing?” That was just last week, when her husband had playfully told her that he wished he would celebrate his thirtieth birthday in a grand style. “And whose … Continue reading Ness (Jerk?)
Episode two: She sounds crazy ‘How do you plead?’, the prosecutor asked Mary. She just stared, with tears streaming down, from her eyes to her cheeks. Immediately Aunt Susan was able to process the fact that Mary had just stabbed her daughter before her own eyes, and possibly killed her in cold blood, she ran … Continue reading SHADES OF TRUE DARKNESS (E2 of 4)
Episode one: She comes undone Mary was happy. Her father had just told her that her Aunt Susan, who lives in Jos, wants her to come over for the summer holiday, in fact, she wants her in exactly a week from today. She hasn’t seen Aunt Susan, and all her cousins for the past three … Continue reading SHADES OF TRUE DARKNESS (E1 of 4)
“You have decided to turn my name into a pariah in Umuanuchi. You have decided to make me, Ukadike Egwuatuonwu Ike-eji-eje-mba, a byword, o kwa ya? I’ll kill you before you succeed.” Ukadike was livid with rage. He was ready to spill all the venom his heart could secrete, and he was doing just that. … Continue reading The Real Blacksheep
Evenings were always windy & cold around this time of the year. There were always the ever present chirping from the evening birds who would sing same songs across notes. The trees would be dragged in varying directions of the wind making ‘clapping’ sounds like they acknowledged the songs of the birds. There the men … Continue reading What They Don’t Know 1
I’d like to have a bruise. A broken nose, some missing teeth. Something to show. Something people can see. I’d like a big scar – right across my face One that makes people gasp and look away. I want something that shows the pain, Something that shows what it feels like Something that makes people … Continue reading Rippers Of Innocence
Aisha and Ahmadu held hands here yesterdayAisha and Ahmadu had forbidden words to sayAisha and Ahmadu had fears they couldn’t allayAisha and Ahmadu had feelings they wouldn’t drive away.This is a story of Aisha and Ahmadu… There are no ends to usWe begin and keep circling the universeAs beings, as creatures, as a life force … Continue reading Aisha & Ahmadu*
You replay, in your mind, everything that has happened in the last 24 hours. Just that length of time ago, you had a wife and a son. You had a family. And now, you’re trying to come to terms with being wifeless. You can’t believe she did what she did. You call her a bitch. … Continue reading Those Very Words
Dear Nigeria, it is with so much anger that I write this. Although my love for you spans over oceans and seven seas, i must say …’una no try at all oo!!”. What is this i hear of abducted girls and abduction conspiracy? do we not have enough problems on our plate? Lately I have … Continue reading Of Abducted Girls and False Conspiracy…
It was like any other day. There were students all over the place, some waiting for classes which may never hold, others hoping to defend their projects and of course, the vast majority who solely seek on a daily basis, to have their presence at the lecture halls recognized on the attendance lists which practically … Continue reading Friend to Friend…
Red sand on the pavement Tracing the minutes-old tire tracks Each thread of it ending by her flip-flops The one she stood in, as she stared At the red hot mist, fuming on the edge Of dawn’s strained clouds, A mist coagulating into the morning sun. It brought a memory of someone to her A … Continue reading Note to Somebody
I’m angry at my weak body, now at the mercy of brain cells gone gaga and smarting, sleep-deprived eyes, all hurting with ferocity. Oh! I’m angry at a country of inept men, impotent at conquering darkness, stuck in the dark ages, leaving me at the mercy of machine-armed, unfeeling neighbors. And now I’m … Continue reading I’m Angry
I live in Lagos and every day I am surrounded by angry people. It’s like cosmically, Lagos has been programmed to be an angry place. Everywhere you go; there is always at least one angry person. Angry bus conductor and angry passenger; angry customer with the angry market woman; angry customer at the bank with … Continue reading How Hot is Your Anger?
You see me and look away. Know this; all I do is hope!!! I am the owner of the streets I know the smell of the air it breathes: The smell of its rotten beans And the stale bread I pick from its bins I know the sting of its murderous air; Midnight when the … Continue reading Owner Of The Streets