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WEYTIN WE GAIN (My advice to the youths)

If you are a Nigerian and a skin-tight one as that, you should already know where this is headed towards; Victor AD’s “WEYTIN WE GAIN” which has received so much appreciation from most people as one song that reflects on their lives and mentality. Weytin We Gain is simply talking about the day-to-day hustling, bustling, … Continue reading WEYTIN WE GAIN (My advice to the youths)

“Is Nigerian Police Really Your Friend?”

The rot and decadence in the Nigerian Police is devastating. I don’t even know If they cause more harm than good. They’ve proved themselves to b a tool of intimidation in the hands of the rich. Their actions always portray that they are out for hire to the highest bidder. I don’t know about other … Continue reading “Is Nigerian Police Really Your Friend?”

I cooked regret in my own pot and bought pain with my own money

When I got to the market last week, my eyes swiftly swayed and was caught by a beautiful tomato stall, and the said tomato wasn’t in my list. It was unusual, and was as though a spell was cast on me. I couldn’t take my eyes off it. I had passed that stall more than … Continue reading I cooked regret in my own pot and bought pain with my own money

I Thought I Could Make Her My Girlfriend

Saturday night was pretty ugly for me. It was exactly 2:00 am when she rang my phone. Then it was as though the ringtone of my phone was heard from the dream world, as I couldn’t clearly picture in my dream whether or not it was my own phone that was ringing. After a couple … Continue reading I Thought I Could Make Her My Girlfriend

The Beggars’ Den

  Walking or driving down the streets of Lagos, it’s no longer a strange trend to see beggars parade themselves in search of alms. In response to their most times very compelling cry, sympathizers hand them different denominations of the Naira but this however doesn’t stop them from calling out to the very next passerby. … Continue reading The Beggars’ Den

WHITE TOILET And baby – Stella (Part 2)

WHITE TOILET And baby – Stella (Part 2)

Early morning the next day, some policemen stormed auntie Kate’s house, demanding her presence at the State Criminal Investigation Department. She couldn’t believe her eyes, and never expected them – she would have preplanned before their arrival. But nothing could be done; she asked them innocently; ‘Officers, please can I make a call?’ ‘Madam we … Continue reading WHITE TOILET And baby – Stella (Part 2)

WHITE TOILET – And baby Stella (Part 1)

WHITE TOILET – And baby Stella (Part 1)

‘Oh my God! Auntie Kate is home. What am I to do now’? Stella just broke a ceramics plate before she heard the sound of her aunt’s car approaching the compound. Her heart would always skip whenever auntie Kate was around. And the broken plate was going to rouse her aunt to give her some … Continue reading WHITE TOILET – And baby Stella (Part 1)

Life Is A Movie – One That Will End Before The Ending

Life Is A Movie – One That Will End Before The Ending

Like men watch movies with their television set, so are they watched on another television.  Obviously, the television that watch men is one that has no fictitiousness within. It is rather one of spiritual-reality; in the sense that it exist, but is not visible to mortality. But who could be the watcher of this television? … Continue reading Life Is A Movie – One That Will End Before The Ending

Society And Double Standards: Men Vs Women

Today, I had a discussion with my mum which ensued from a phone call she was receiving when I came home from work. I had something to tell her and so while waiting for the call to end to get her attention. I couldn’t help but listen to the conversation. Apparently, she was pleading with … Continue reading Society And Double Standards: Men Vs Women