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The Return Of Amadioha 2

I was almost fast asleep while I hear Papa and Mama talked and laughed low tones. A knock came at the door. The knock on the door was heavy in assumption that the person behind wanted to pull it down. My shut eyes were quickly opened and cold silence descended upon Papa’s room. I was … Continue reading The Return Of Amadioha 2

Tale of 6 beings.

My name is PAM, and I’m a murderer. ***************************************************************************************** “Oh yes, yes Caro..!! I love being here!! Punish me for coming late”. These were the words from MD’s lips while he was with his mistress. She pleasured him with dominating and fetish sessions. Whips, cuffs, balls, uniforms, name it. MD was a masochist. Pain brought … Continue reading Tale of 6 beings.

Betrayals and Funerals – 34

Insomnia had become a close friend of mine since the beginning of the trial so I’d taken to staying up at night poring over my law books. This particular night though, my mind wandered and began asking questions that I’d previously overlooked. First of all, why had Ruby been using a fake name? What had … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals – 34

Betrayals and Funerals – 22

“I think it’s too early to ask me that, Pastor.” I replied, rising to my feet. “I’m still hurt…the thought of my husband with another woman is revolting and no matter his excuse…it’s not good enough. I have a lot to figure out in my life right now and I think its best I do … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals – 22

Betrayals and Funerals -9

“Hello, Kemi.” Pastor B was the first to break the awkward silence. “Hi, Pastor B.” I replied, shifting my gaze from Delia. “Kemi, hello.” Delia spoke finally. “I…I was just coming to see you.” “Really?” We hadn’t spoken since the last time we met. I was beginning to think I’d been a little too harsh … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals -9

Betrayals and Funerals – 3

My husband told me later that I’d almost drowned. They’d found me in the bath tub covered with water and a knife lying beside me. However, I have no memory of how I wound up in the bathroom. I was diagnosed with first-level hypothermia; the few hours I’d spent in the bath tub had somehow … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals – 3

Betrayals and Funerals – 2

Betrayals and Funerals – 2

“Mummy…” Shirley’s voice was distinct and clear. I spun round, expecting to see my daughter smiling up at me. I saw nothing. There was no one in the house but me. Was I hallucinating? I turned my attention back to the attractive knife. What exactly did I intend to do? I asked myself. Tentatively, I … Continue reading Betrayals and Funerals – 2

The Police is Indo-Nigerian

India and Nigeria are very much alike in several respects. There is sprawling poverty across the two countries vis-à-vis the wealth of a few. The two countries have a problem controlling their population meaningfully in the face of dilapidated social amenities. In the two countries, there is widespread mistrust in key government agencies, especially the … Continue reading The Police is Indo-Nigerian

‘Progressives’ Impunity in Osun: Spare Me This ‘Change’

  Osun has never been lucky with good leadersh;ip since her establishment in 1992. Forget about the regrettable military era (92-99), fast forward to May 1999 and there you find Chief Bisi Akande whose major idea of governance was retrenchment of civil servants and using the saved funds to build a gigantic state house which … Continue reading ‘Progressives’ Impunity in Osun: Spare Me This ‘Change’