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Shattered Pieces by Oladejo Victor.

𝗧𝗛𝗘 day we left our village for Ore, it was raining heavily. The rain in its long silver strokes hit the asphalt and shattered...

The Fate Of Young People by Matthew Oduola.

The society itself asks the question, 'what is the fate of my young people?' The voice is loud and clear all over the street...

Reducing The Cost Of Governance In Nigeria by Olutayo Inioluwa.

  For any society to make notable progress there must be a government to run it affairs; Governance however goes beyond a means of providing...

No One Wants To Bell The Cat by Chukwuemeka Mbam.

As grandfather would always say “a child can’t tell apart Ume’s watery palmwine from Ofo’s nkwu enu, unless his father is Ume. While coursing through...

Finding Myself by Arueze Chisom Precious.

  “The emotion that can break your heart is sometimes the very one that heals it” -Nicholas Sparks. I stared at his message till the letters...

When The Fight Is Within by Abdulrasaq Ariwoola.

  The worst kind of conflict is one that you have with yourself. It might be on a decision, taking a path or making a...

The Agbero Customer by Ojetunde Esther.

  In the cool evening of a Monday, the leaves rustling against themselves, the birds in the sky going about their usual business.Workers coming back...

Reducing The Cost Of Governance In Nigeria by Bolaji Alade. ...

    Writer’s note: This piece examines the unfortunate effect of the high cost of governance in Nigeria extensively; identifies alternative usage of the mismanaged resources...

A Conflict I Dealt With by Favour Onyeukwu.

    My life has been lead by him. With his thick, threatening voice he controlled me. I loved it that way. At least, I never...

Sports Betting: A Sticked Carrot by Ogunsola Fisayo.

  The atmosphere was stuffed with orchestra of breath; these were the breath of English premier League fanatics gathered for the weekly carnival of screen...

Game Of Hope, Game Of Addiction: A Menace to the Nigeria...

  Introduction The love for sports has in recent times taken a new dimension with the advent of betting companies “probably” as a way of building...

Sand In My Garri by Peace Habila.

Don’t get it twisted; I love my husband. I have known this man for twenty perfect years and I have been married to him...

Lost In The Woods by Johnson Onyedikachi.

In an exclusive interview, the great Chinua Achebe once said, “Providence has been so prodigious in its gifts to a country like Nigeria. So,...

Sports Betting: A Greek Gift To Unemployed Youths by Oluka Emmanuel.

    Introduction From the streets of Lagos, to the creeks of the Niger-Delta; from the savannas of the middle belt, to the hinterlands of the north,...

Love For Love by Okoroma Favourite.

"A wink was the only conversation I've ever had with her - Ella. And now she hates me? Was I wrong to have winked?". "But...

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