read part one here: http://www.naijastories.com/2019/05/the-chronicles-of-koruga/ But, this news of my father meant little to me. As far as I was concerned, he was a distant memory I knew nothing about. As I mused and ate, a flurry of commotion broke out in the lunch and she walked in. Everyone was afraid of her and as … Continue reading THE CHRONICLES OF KORUGA Part 2.
Peace is a product of War. You would have seen conflict before you would need peace 01. Christmas Eve, 2068. The day was hot and sweltering even as the last planes departed Africa with the survivor- refugees, to re-inhabit Shanghai, New York, London, Milan and other cities that had been desolate and uninhabitated for about … Continue reading ORDO AB CHAO (Order Comes from Chaos)
“The Temperature in Nigeria can kill even the gods. “ Those were the thoughts that woke Dare Olatunji up early on a Wednesday morning. Dare was a young man of average stature, in fact, almost everything about him was average except his eyes which glowed with the natural light of intelligence. The question then remains, … Continue reading Abolonjeku, The Over Eater.
You know, we all have several reasons for living. Several reasons for standing up from our bed every morning. Or mat as my own situation was. I was born enslaved, a second class citizen in my own country but, I am probably one of the few who see it that way. One hundred and fifty … Continue reading The Chronicles of Koruga
I woke up, covered in a fog of turquoise-white and maroon-gold. I could remember me and Billy, my crazy pit-bull, were walking a lonely mountain track. The unruffled breezy clouds perched on my skin, I nipped them in my imagination. They felt as nothing I’ve ever touched or tasted, just an epitome of immaculate flamboyance…every fine … Continue reading No, not without Billy!
￼ The year 2004 ended with loud cracks of colourful fireworks that burst through the dark night and bloomed amongst the stars. I giggled at my parent’s lack of decency as they clung unto one another. I could tell they were whispering sweet things to each other’s ears because each time my father said something, my … Continue reading TÉllÀ (chapter One)
My mother always warned me against whistling at night.”I pray you don’t attract evil with that your smelling mouth,” she said one night as she broke melon seeds for dinner.I’ve never believed in myths, but I found her tales funny.”Why mother?” “I’ve told you times without number,” she pushed the white, plastic chair she sat … Continue reading The Ant Queen
A house of tiny People and other short stories… Waking up was no longer the pleasure it used to be for Ayomide. There’s a fleeting moment when she’s whole again but it evaporates faster than shear butter melting from the impact of a sun. Then her lids that drooped with sleep would snap violently open … Continue reading The House of Tiny People
When i think of the time i spent with her, it draws tears to my eyes — an old memory buried deep inside of me. Love does not sleep she once said but she’s asleep now — never to be awaken. I dreamt about the color of her hair last night — ghostly brown, that’s … Continue reading Her
CHAPTER ONE “DESPAIR” “I can not Hope for a greater honour than death in the service of My Lord and this Great Empire” Those were his words, And they had Ruined Him, He Looked at his chained hands and felt his lips curve into a sardonic smile, He had always professed his undying … Continue reading DarkWood
The cold breeze caressed my skin, I felt tingling sensations all over, I was putative to be conscious I realized it was all phantasmagoria When I woke up to reality I never wanted to come alive That world is what I crave I would rather dream always The images were so real The characters so … Continue reading Imaginations
EPISODE 1 – CHANGES INT – GIRLS HOSTEL – CHROME INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTRE Lima is on her bed giggling while her roommate looks at her LIMA What? AMANDA Whats his name? LIMA Who’s name? AMANDA The guy that’s making you blush? LIMA Oh come on. There’s no guy CUT TO: DIARY ROOM LIMA (Talking directly … Continue reading Chrome
“Honey, I’m sorry. I can’t explain what pushed me… we did it only five times… ever since I’ve been wanting to stop, but I just cant. I’m so sorry, don’t know what pushed me into cheating on you…” “Hahaha, no honey… I know you’re joking. Me too I’m just pulling your legs. Sorry for having … Continue reading Mad Game
It’s been ages since I wrote anything, but I’m back. This is a fan fiction piece inspired by Nnedi Okorafor’s Akata Witch. Please enjoy. _____________ “Hey! Sunny!” Nwanneka called out as Sunny was leaving her class, Orlu following closely behind. “Oh no.” Sunny sighed as she tried to put on something she hoped was a … Continue reading 13 is Your Lucky Number – Akata Witch Fan Fiction
‘Nkechi wake up. Wake up! You can’t miss the early harvests again today’, Mama screamed out at the top of her lungs. It was becoming a trend as Nkechi was beginning to form the habit of staying late in bed even though she knew the importance of going out early to get the worms. If she … Continue reading The Okihua black waters