Tag Archives: Non-fiction

Just a Little Touch of Love

“The echoes of a dad’s loving touch lingers a lifetime!” Hugs! Pecks! kisses! And a tender gentle touch! Speechless expression of love and affection. … It was exactly 5:35am. There I was seated in the toilet answering nature’s call. In my company was the prerecorded voice of Mr. Muyiwa Afolabi emanating from my wife’s Techno … Continue reading Just a Little Touch of Love

Life In Lagos

Walking in the streets alone was one thing that kept my mind racing, remembering the escapades, the air reeked of the foul stench of dry gin which emitted out of the mouths of Motorcycle riders popularly known as “Okada Rider’s”, they would all converge at a makeshift kiosk at early hours like these talking about … Continue reading Life In Lagos

The Youth of Today

The Youth of Today

Kaizo slammed a chunk of balled fist on the counter raising a thin cloud of dust in the process startling the elderly Officer Okoro who passed out some odorless gas from his anal port. The younger Officer, Osamu sneezed and blinked, looking up at the six foot plus figure of Kaizo.

Both officers just blinked and looked at the heaving hulk of a figure before them. Officer Okoro decided he was getting too old for these energetic youth of today. On the radio, the Jamaican reggae artiste, Culture, sang,

“..and if you fight against the youth man of today, blood a go run…”

Lasmock Times: Investigative Reporting

Lasmock Times: Investigative Reporting

“That’s my letter! He’s reading my letter!” My frenzied whispers were drawing glances from the students sitting on the floor around me. I should have cared about the attention I was attracting, but I didn’t. Bizzo was reading my letter! To the whole school! It was Tuesday, and it was time for another Hour of … Continue reading Lasmock Times: Investigative Reporting