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.
Gbadegeshin is dead! The undertakers danced with the casket as if they knew his afterlife was sure. As if heaven was his abode. As his wife and kids threw in some sands into his grave with a shovel, I thought to myself; At least I know where a man’s body is buried, regardless of his … Continue reading Abyss