Under The African – A Collection Of Short Stories 2

Mama James and Philip took Bature to the village clinic where upon examination the doctor diagnosed him as having chronic jaundice. He was treated and after some days, he became well again. After he was discharged from the hospital, Bature went to the king and pleaded with him to call all of the villagers together … Continue reading Under The African – A Collection Of Short Stories 2

Avowal

Avowal

My hands are bestowed on my chin, with my eyes espying on something, I can therefore see the forthcoming. And my heart beat is delaying, Nevertheless my soul is at ease with just one thought lingering, She gladdens my heart, The lady called Gladys. Seeing her gait pass my presence bequeaths my heart with savour … Continue reading Avowal

With Love From Asaba: Part 10

Brother James was the unapologetically longwinded and pompous leader of the Sunday School class for youths in the church Nene attended. Truthfully, most people referred to it as the “Singles’ Sunday School Class,” because it was attended by young, unmarried people.  The married folks had their own class.  But for whatever reason, the church chose … Continue reading With Love From Asaba: Part 10

Orunmila

Orunmila’s Letter-Episode 20-The Separation

“Tisha tisha!!”The guards hailed him as he stepped into the palace. “No one is home,they all went to grace an important function. Its just the Princess that’s around,she couldn’t go because she wasn’t feeling too well” Asake explained when she saw him. “Wait! Let me inform her, she hasn’t woken up yet today,she couldn’t sleep … Continue reading Orunmila’s Letter-Episode 20-The Separation

Naija Heels on Cobbled Streets 7

“What did you just say?” Niyi asked, wondering if she was still drunk. Sade clasped her arms around her. “I…want to know if you like men too. Don’t get me wrong… I’m not homophobic. I just don’t want to be with a man that…prefers men.” Niyi sat up straight. “Look at me Sade. Do I … Continue reading Naija Heels on Cobbled Streets 7