Tag Archives: Drama

Urban Jungle

“How are you?” Chiugo’s eyes flickered open to the blackness. She must have dozed off while watching Grojband. Today was a public holiday, so Mummy had let her stay up late. Chiugo liked cartoons a lot. “How are you?” Coco was on a talking spree this early and Chiugo wished he would shut up and stop … Continue reading Urban Jungle

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 21

“We should stop by the restaurant. I have not eaten this morning and I’m sure you haven’t too; that’s if you are okay with that” He said in a cool voice with his hand firmly on the steering. “It’s fine.” I said without looking up. I wonder why he added “if it’s okay with me.” … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 21

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 20

“Ha! Collins Do you want to kill me. My Lord will deal with you!” “Woman, keep shut and stop ranting. Haven’t I told you to stop disgracing yourself all about? That’s what you and that your nincompoop of a child does! Always disgracing and bringing dent to my name. . . haven’t I tried for … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 20

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 19

It’s crazy how you sleep on and wake up to the thoughts of the same person. I felt like picking up my phone to call Jide but I won’t. I know it’s pride but I won’t. I decided to hit the showers, prepare a minor breakfast and get dressed for the hospital but somehow I … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 19

MEMOIRS OF A REPENTANT SLUT ~ Episode 18

The mention of Amaka made me stood still. Which Amaka? My Amaka or another one? I had to satisfy my curiosity. . . “Please sirs and mas, which Amaka are we talking about here?” I asked inquisitively. “And who are you to question a family matter?” the man who is claiming Amaka’s paternity fired back. … Continue reading MEMOIRS OF A REPENTANT SLUT ~ Episode 18

13 VERSES OF JULY (a Poetic Memior for Wole Soyinka)

For Sir Wole Soyinka on his birthday: I.) Tell us who he is not For who he is- we already know: Of plays and letters The poet, the laureate; Chief Baroka, the cunning old Lion Ake and the Black Orpheus. II.) Tell not of confinements nor trials Of brother Jero: Lagos ’67 or Kaduna ’79 … Continue reading 13 VERSES OF JULY (a Poetic Memior for Wole Soyinka)

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 16

I grabbed her top. . . “Wetin do Aunty Amaka?” I was coming back from my friend’s place when I saw an okada jam a bus and Aunty Amaka was the one on the okada. She was bleeding and she looks unconscious to me. “Bleeding? Unconscious? Where? How? What’s going on?” “It was opposite our … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 16

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 15

“Babe! I’m so sorry I haven’t come to check on you in two days. . .” “It’s okay. I understand everything.” “No, not like that. . .” “I said I understand. . . Jide was here to see me yesterday and he tried to hide so many things from me but I can see disappointment … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 15

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 14

Sometimes, unnecessary stress makes someone add unnecessary weight. . . such was the dilemma I found myself in. Everything about me had changed. It was like I have lost the two most important persons to me. . . No sex in three weeks; so very unusual. I seemed to have already lost interest in life; … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 14

Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 13

“Hi. Good morning.” “Good morning. How can I help you ma’am?” “Thanks. I am looking for someone who was admitted at this hospital. His name is Adewale Olusola.” “Who are you to him? And is he expecting you?” “I am. . .” I wanted to say I am a friend which would definitely mean he … Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Slut ~ Episode 13

The Men She Loved (11)

She stared at her phone vibrating and was tempted to ignore it. She wished to stay in bed and avoid the steps she would have to take today. But life had to go on, she had work, she had her puppies to feed and according to her phone, she had her brother’s birthday to attend. … Continue reading The Men She Loved (11)

What He Said…(Part 6 – Final)

When they walked into the living room holding hands just as Bola and his fiancée had done, the room fell silent. Mrs. Daramola couldn’t combine the look of barely contained elation and contentment on her niece’s face with the tear streaks lining them but Lola’s mother merely looked between Kole and her daughter and smiled, … Continue reading What He Said…(Part 6 – Final)