All posts by Kay Ade Greins

Kay Ade Greins is an eccentric storyteller who likes thrillers, mysteries and conspiracies more than the way an ant likes sugar. He is currently working on a compilation of his short stories alongside doing the research of his debut novel. His works have appeared in Al-fahm magazine, Naijastories, Elsieisy, amongst many others.
A Case Of Three Sinners 3

A Case Of Three Sinners 3

“Your face is all warped up. Are you sure everything is alright,” Tolu asked again. “I’m alright… em… no… yes… I’m fine,” he muttered. “What are you saying? Speak out, remember we are a couple, and up, down, we are together.” There was silence; a spell of seconds. Then he spoke. “I have been given … Continue reading A Case Of Three Sinners 3

A Case Of Three Sinners 2

A Case Of Three Sinners 2

As my phone rang, I was drowning in an abyss of fear. I froze like someone who was being electrocuted from an AC power source. “Whose phone is that?” Tolu’s husband called out, “Did you just get a new phone?” The ringing stopped before Tolu would answer. My hairs stood still like a battalion of … Continue reading A Case Of Three Sinners 2

A Case Of Three Sinners – 1

A Case Of Three Sinners – 1

I was dazed as Tolu threw my boxer shorts at me. “Get under the bed,” she yelled, grabbing my denim jeans and long sleeve T-shirt from the chair I had placed it earlier. She threw them at me, and then she started to straighten the rough bed sheet. I hurriedly wore my boxer short, and … Continue reading A Case Of Three Sinners – 1

A Tale Of Reality 8

A Tale Of Reality 8

Sgt Akingbola Temitayo heaved a sigh as soon as I finished narrating the whole episode. “So, you got tangled with the Machismo Cult?” “Yes, just like I told you.” “Good. Put your mind at sleep. The whole hospital is over-protected with Mopols. For unknown reasons, the Governor has taken personal interest into this case, and … Continue reading A Tale Of Reality 8

A Tale Of Reality 2

The harmattan semester exam was very near; about a week away. The atmosphere was tense because of the looming exams. Almost every student busied the library and lectures halls to read up their notes, photocopies, hand-outs, manuals and other information resources at their disposal. Some were as usual cruising around the school with exotic cars, … Continue reading A Tale Of Reality 2