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Where Love Lies Dead by Abdulrasaq Ariwoola.

  The first time she did it, she held me against a wall and shaved my hair off. She said it made me look more...

Premonition by Bismarck Faola.

        "Ahhhhhh, in the name of the good spirits what is this?", I screamed as the scrawny, pale coloured detached forearm raced towards me. I had...

An Untimely Visit To The Graveyard by Favour Nwachukwu.

  Amy's heart was in a frenzy as she hurried home. Walking through the quiet streets of Ebonyi state on a Friday evening at 11:50...

An Unforgettable Night by Oluwatimilehin Folarin.

I was enormously enthralled in the weird but indulgent music of nature saturating the 1000-meter square area. My friend named John, who was closely...

A Night In Sheol by Humble Ogbonna.

  Before long our car was filled, I was glad when it's engine roared to life signalling the commencing of our journey. Though sandwiched between...

Speaking Truth To Power by Emmanuel Oluka.

If this essay took five days to be written, the writer probably spent four days trying to decipher a befitting title or caption for...

The Ritual by Peace Habila.

  My freshly widowed mind could not bear the pain of losing my husband. He was not just my husband, he was also the prince...

Horrors Of The Graveyard by Emmanuel Enaku.

  Skriiiiii... came the worrisome sound once again. Ade leapt to his feet and scanned the area with bulging eyes. His heart gave a sudden lurch...

A Grave Refuge by Ebube Ezeadum.

“Last card!” Chibuike voice betrayed his excitement. “Last card my foot. Everybody, go general market joor...” Chima smirked as he played a card with the...

The Reason For My Delayed Journey by Oluwaseun Osanyinro.

10, Aanu street, Iyana-ogo, Ado-Ekiti. Ekiti State. P.O box 21556 11th February, 1995. 24, Ahmed road, Ikosi, Lagos State. P.O box 17880 Kate Akinlabi Dear Kate,   I hope this letter meets you well and at a...

Gold In The Darkness by Oladejo Victor.

"Where ar......am......l?" Laide asked. Pain swept through his body from his left leg where he was injured. He gnashed his teeth and squeezed his...

The Initiation by Roselyn Sho-Olajide.

  As soon as dad’s car faded from view, I was thrilled and felt like a child that was handed a pack of chocolate. I...

Camp Night by Johnson Onyedikachi.

The sharp clipping of the heels against the tiled floor echoed throughout the length of the hall as she walked towards the office of...

The Influence Of Clerics In Politics by Michael Ogbonnaya.

  One of the most irritating and annoying statements you will ever make in Nigeria nowadays is "change is constant."  During the 2015 general elections,...

Essay Competition: Week 28 Winners.

Ogbaga Sunday and Faola Bismarck have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 28. In his piece titled The Nexus Between Illiteracy And Social Problems,...

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