With Dele asleep, he installed the tiny transmitter on his home line and another inside her mobile phone, which she had left on the dining table before she went to bed. The monitoring machine went into his desk drawer in the office. Now, whatever she was up to, he would soon find out. What if she was having … Continue reading Speak Softly and Carry A Big Stick 2- AOk
The haulage truck missed Supo by a whisker as he huffed cycling uphill towards the council estate where he lived in west London. It was winter 1990 and Supo Cole with his family were just settling in as newly arrived immigrants in England. With his wife Dele and 3 year old son, Olu, the bitter … Continue reading Speak Softly and Carry A Big Stick 1 – AOk
II There are some things we need to understand. Things that I believe helped me overcame the wrong doctrines and unfounded sentiments. First, since my childhood, I have never believed anyone is infallible (Not even my parents. I used to argue a lot with my father on many issues. We still argue once in a … Continue reading Do Not Greet The Christians: Intolerance And The Evil Indoctrination Of Nigerians Ii
— NOTE FROM THE ‘NON-FICTIONIST’: If reading pidgin aches your eyes, I understand. Besides, it’s not really a popular genre. Click to this link [or copy and paste the link onto your website address system and press ‘enter’] to see the Facebook debate I got involved in, and concluded, nicely:- http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/topic.php?uid=78501702084&topic=8190.). So, I pray you … Continue reading Na Only Bad Tin We Sabi?