Let me tell you a story. Our story starts with Slay Queen getting a new notification from Facebook. Ekubo McBrian had just hit her up for the twelfth time today. She had only just accepted his friendship request since he sent it six months ago, but he was fast becoming a pain in the bum. … Continue reading Slay Queen
‘Miss, please fasten your seat belt, we will be arriving Nigeria in twenty minutes’ the stewardess said good naturedly. I smiled at her and did as she said. I leaned back in my seat and replayed for what could have been the 53rd time, the sweet family reunion awaiting me in less than an hour. … Continue reading I Carry The Bomb
Who was the first African To export deadly disease across Africa? Who was the eminent personality At the point of eternity Who denied contact with the dead? Who made martyrs of our best And killed Adadevoh as a guest? Was he a Liberian? Or an African American? Who knows? Of a man Who Pulled his … Continue reading #Ebola – Historical Details
It is not as if the date was not properly fixed, nor that the couple had not dated enough to conclude resolutely they were ready to say, “I do.” Mr. Ebo was a well to do business man. He had money, so much money; a stunningly rich philanthropist who had helped many a youth realize … Continue reading If Ebo Weds Ola?