I am a genius Better than Venus. I may not know mathematics, But I know something that can benefit the masses. Life is like a fight Though things and times may be tight, I live in great height and light. I am a success even when times are hard. People may say I am bad … Continue reading The Confessions of a Sage
‘Ahmad was a twenty-three year old, average bodied, dark, Nigerian male, taking internship with Professor Salim to complete his training in Literary Arts. His intern project was to create and write a fiction book.
Professor Salim was a Sixty-nine year old Professor in Philosophy, slim, fair skinned, grey-haired, Nigerian male, an academic scholar, and civil veteran. He had studied Philosophy in his undergraduate year and had devoted nearly his entire life to further study of the subject until he retired two years ago. He had been active in the civil affairs all his years before his retirement. As Professor Emeritus, even at retirement, he accepted sessions with interns specially recommended to him by local and international institutions.’
Dr Sam Edwin couldn’t believe the state of the weather as he looked out in the direction of the casement from where he sat in his tiny Lagos consulting office room. The weather was cool and windy; the clouds floated above, thick and dark, and moved on away into oblivion. It was soothing. He settled … Continue reading The Advocates