All posts by Ajenifuja Adetokunbo

Ajenifuja Adetokunbo attended Federal college of Educaton, Akoka, Lagos, where he studied Fine/Applied Arts as a profession. He also has a passion in literature. He is inspired by authors like Chinua achebe, Cyprian Ekwensi, Eddie Iroh and others. He is here to educate and inspire in his own little way, and he appreciates feedback from readers. As usual, he is either found romancing his writing pen or sexing his drawing/painting tools. You can check out my blog http//:ajenifu-ja@blogspot.com

The Claws Of Shadows 4 (final Episode)

“Yes, madam,” affirmed Pastor Solomon, and I was struck with disbelief. “As I was saying, he is presently in this state. It was a deliberate concealment. There is a reason behind his action, which wasn’t revealed to us. Your husband shall return sooner or later, and whenever he comes, never regard him as a ghost.” … Continue reading The Claws Of Shadows 4 (final Episode)

The Claws Of Shadows (EPISODE 1)

  In the afternoon, thunder came in steady barks, crashing through my heart, and I was afraid my chests would burst open —pitter, patter, pitter, patter—the gradual beats of rain on our roof was developing into fast and furious drumming. Like a mad man, the wind banged our windows and tugged at our full-length curtain, … Continue reading The Claws Of Shadows (EPISODE 1)

When Beauty Becomes A Crime (Final Episode)

“Yes. I’m serious.” He said. Then she put her right hand on his left palm, and they headed off like a newly wedded couple, chatting and laughing on their way. They finally found their way to the building, walking quietly towards the entrance. The place was silent as usual. All around the building were blanket … Continue reading When Beauty Becomes A Crime (Final Episode)

When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 7)

She was approaching him from behind, quietly like a child sneaking into the house after committing a crime. Still seated alone, Banji was picking stones from the ground and flinging them on the grasses ahead of him, and occasionally he would glance at Bisoye and Aisha who were now standing afar off. When Oyinkansola was … Continue reading When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 7)

When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 5)

Banji rose to his feet, seemingly calm. Meanwhile, his eyes were already red like a glowing ember. He pocketed his hands, then glared at them one after the other. They were standing about a feet away, glaring back at him, arms crossed. The boy who grabbed the envelope had already passed it to Olumide. Apart … Continue reading When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 5)

When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 3)

Olumide’s mother and her son gained access to the VP’s office at exactly 9:23 am. And immediately the mother sat down, the VP quickly sent a student to call a girl named Akinwande Oyinkansola in SS1H. Shortly, Oyinkansola arrived and curtsied before them in salutation. The VP asked her to explain what had transpired between … Continue reading When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 3)

When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 2)

Banji was planning to meet Oyinkansola. He wished he could warn her against a touch from any strange masculine hand. isn’t that a ridiculous idea? He wondered. Would Oyinkansola ever listen to him? A girl he had never talked to. He had never noticed her until Felix called his attention to her. Now he felt … Continue reading When Beauty Becomes A Crime (episode 2)

The Vengeance Of Omoge Omi (part 2)

She tries to turn her head to ascertain the source of the voice, but not successful. Besides, how would she see the person in this brilliant darkness? She wonders forlornly. The hailstones withdraw and the noise in the sky die down. Surprisingly, her feet unlock from the earth and she turns around. The question repeats … Continue reading The Vengeance Of Omoge Omi (part 2)