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Rebirth

  As soon as I ended the call from the hospital, I did not spare a moment to think of the implication of my subsequent...

Fog On A Monday Morning

  As soon as Lawrence had yelled, the stocky youth turned his gaze on him , his lips coming off his teeth in a snarl...

The Blue Corolla

  I believed it was possessed. Many people said it. How could l explain it. It was beyond sanity. I wasn't a fetish. I didn't...

A Trip To Forever

  Today is our third wedding anniversary. I looked at Pam, my adorable husband, and I couldn’t help but chuckle when I recounted how we...

Fuel Price Brouhaha: The Implications For Nigeria

  In the good old days, Nigeria’s economy was blessed with oil palm plantations in the East, groundnut pyramids in the North and Cocoa plantations...

How The Diaspora Can Improve Productivity In Africa.

We can create similar digital groups, tribes, communities for knowledge and skill acquisition in tech, arts, fashion, catering, marketing, photography etc

You Lazy (Intellectual) African Scum! by Field Ruwe.

They call the Third World the lazy man’s purview; the sluggishly slothful and languorous prefecture. In this realm people are sleepy, dreamy, torpid, lethargic,...

As Silent As An Explosion

  One thing I perceived about my aunty, Emily Okonkwo, was that she hated me so dearly. And I hated her as much. Some years...

Getting Stronger Through Tough Moments

Even though you are feeling like giving up at any point, never adhere to that feeling. The end result of not being strong-minded and resolute can be more disastrous than you can imagine.

Through The Eyes Of An ‘Other’

  Our dirty and tattered clothing; posture that clearly reflected guilt, shame and lack of a sense of entitlement; scars and bodily disease; and sheer hunger,...

A Book And Its Cover

it is important that we always dress as we would want to be addressed, because whether we judge people or not, we will definitely get judged based on what we wear.

Because We Are Women

Women are targets of repression and hostility, leading a life of aloofness— silenced, subdued and restricted. Their rights are trampled upon by the masculine gender. Not that these women committed some grievous offences but it's all because they are 'women'.

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