Many travellers checking in at the Kuwaiti Airlines counter carried Christmas presents for families and friends but Kola just had his bags, as it was a working trip for him. Kola Olu was on his way to Kuwait City to run a course for a local oil organisation, and as it was the Christmas season, had been offered double … Continue reading An airport, five countries and a tale…AOk
Taste the deep salt of my tears Realize that my heart is tethered in despairs Taste the solitude that binds me Then you shall realize I seek to be free Many the concerns that waft through But none to measure the contents of my grief This reality is to all but a domineering … Continue reading Never Again
CHAPTER TEN Morann gazed at the gigantic figure of the elegant Newbury hotel, the venue of his latest assignment. Today, he would snuff the life out of someone in one of those rooms. He felt no trepidation or guilt. He was only doing his job, and he was good at it. It was the … Continue reading Excerpts from novel ‘Crimson Clouds’
The noon plight and flight of the frightened owl Who said, surely she it was that bore its owl child But that the dilating nightmarish eyeballs And the disproportionate degree of freedom With which it swirls and twirls its eyes and head Made her desert her nest in fright! This is what is called … Continue reading Hatchery of Eggs of Oso-ngwa!
The following 30 stories have undergone developmental and copyediting by the editorial team and been finalized for the Naijastories Anthology. In the next few weeks, the Anthology will be released to the general market. Read these two stories for free, or register to read the others for 200 NS Points each. *FREE If Tears Could Speak – … Continue reading Final Stories for NS Anthology and Updated FAQ
When and why did you begin writing? My writing voyage began some few years ago, precisely 2003. Having discovered the kind of inward happiness I derive from writing essays and poetry I decided to make myself even happier by writing about virtually every issue that strikes my mind, be it secular, political, religious, fetish, etc. … Continue reading November Featured Writer – Whiz Da Poet
She seemed like she wore diamonds on the sole of her shoes and she glittered like gold. She was like a queen amongst subjects; well technically subject because I was the only one watching, perched delicately atop my wooden fence patiently waiting to catch a glimpse of my goddess. Patience had taught me to expect … Continue reading A Spyder’s tale: Early Days