Tag Archives: Honour

For Prestige. For Honour. (Pt 2)

In recent times, her family had tried to match-make her and it had been so annoying. First, during Baami’s Baba ijo reception in his mansion at Funbi Fagun, Uncle Adekunle, Baami’s younger brother, had introduced her to Leke, a guy that smiled like an oda – a stupid drooling fool. His dressing was awkward: red … Continue reading For Prestige. For Honour. (Pt 2)

For Prestige. For Honour. (Pt 1)

Seto had never been so infuriated all her life. She walked as fast as her legs could carry her, and with one last stride got to her Highlander Jeep. She opened it, jumped inside and threw her handbag on the passenger’s seat. Her lower lip disappeared into her mouth. Her eyebrows came together. Her hand … Continue reading For Prestige. For Honour. (Pt 1)

Questioning The Bonds of Friendship

It is true that as parents we are the architects of our children’s take on life. While many try very hard to do their best, there are still some who don’t quite make the mark. Unfortunately the right to procreate has been given to all; as HE does not discriminate. Success in parenting the right … Continue reading Questioning The Bonds of Friendship