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Never To Return

Never To Return

Okenwa lifted his head from the book spread on his laps and turned to the direction of the approaching feet whose sound broke his concentration. For the umpteenth time, he marveled at the craftsmanship of the designer of the universe, gazing upon Daberechi’s curvilinear body accentuated by the deep cut, body fitting mini-gown she was … Continue reading Never To Return

Info age…Good cause or curse?

Info age…Good cause or curse?

The information age was projected to reduce workload hence create more time but the opposite is happening. Technology has created a virtual reality of what isn’t there at all.  The industrial age was escorted out with the introduction of machines which were projected to ease and shed some work hours off, hence creating more time … Continue reading Info age…Good cause or curse?

Mobile Phones and Moral Fibre

Mobile Phones and Moral Fibre

It is early evening at Pangolo Junction, a run-down bar in a less-than-affluent part of an unnamed town, and three men are sitting round a table. Two of them are nursing their glasses of kunu and watching with vary degrees of impatience as the third – good looking and fashionably dressed – bellows into his … Continue reading Mobile Phones and Moral Fibre