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In every direction it was the same; sand as far as the eye could see. Kushim had to hand it to them. It was a very imaginative way to send a vampire to an almost certain death. He, a creature of the night, a master of the darkness; left with nowhere to hide, no shade … Continue reading Retribution by Iraku Haso (from The Unagi Creative – http://theunagicreative.blogspot.com.ng/)
PROLOGUE Aso rock, Abuja, Nigeria. 10-07-1990 THE sun sank below the horizon as another storm of great magnitude slammed against the shutters and forced it close.Everything happened so fast;the wind whistled past her as the rain quickly followed it’s trail.It didn’t drizzle,rather it hit the earth with so much force that she feared it … Continue reading Three games and a dice
Davido’s ‘’e ma dami duro’’ song unknown to him released a melodious rhythm that broke the veil between the two worlds living side by side in Nigeria. Husy was annoyed when she got the memo on her phone. The verse ‘’aninino’’ had Nino which means open the door. Date 23rd May 2013. Mission code … Continue reading What if Davido’s song broke the veil between the two worlds.
Name: Nnandez Godson Aniagudo Description: A Nigerian revolutionary tries to free his people from a government mind control device. I held my breath as a soldier walked right past me oblivious to my presence there. I felt my heart pounding in my chest and was almost sure the soldier heard it too. But then … Continue reading What If Nigerians Were Being Mind Controlled By The Government?
The world teeters on the brink of destruction; the cause? One harmless seed from a simple tree. A plain tree; one that you would probably walk past without a second glance, nothing spectacular, but great power sometimes lie in the plainest things. I see the orange mushroom of flame and dust that is the explosion, … Continue reading Regenerate (1)
I have often asked myself the same question in another form: Why are Africans in general and Nigerians in particular afraid of science fiction? I must begin by categorically stating that I’m neither a scientist nor a science student for that matter. Oh, I confess I’ve always been fascinated with ants, earthworms and documentaries on … Continue reading Are Africans Afraid Of The Future?