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Cheating In Love by Johnson Onyedikachi.

After the mass on Sunday, Mama told me that Uncle Lawrence was in town. She said he had lodged in Royal De Grande Hotel...

Revenge List by Emmanuel Enaku.

  The night is thick and hot. The sounds made by owls, insects and other creatures of the night seem to have an ominous rhythm...

Home Of Sweet Nightmares by Victor Oladejo.

Domestic violence is a problem that has been woven into the fabrics of the Nigerian society. It’s ever present shadow has engulfed the lives...

I Did Not Want To Die Yet by Osanyinro Oluwaseun.

With my back against the kitchen wall and my arms hugging myself to evade the chills, I gradually slid down till I sat on...

A Children’s Party Would Have Been Better by Oluwaseun Osanyinro.

The smile of the guy beside me turned my stomach inside out. I was not sure he was smiling at me or smiling at...

Our Generation Is In Trouble by Oluwatimilehin Folarin.

  Introduction: It was a bright Saturday. I had no reason to go to work, and interestingly, I found myself in my pal’s house, David. While...

The Cmoni Journey…so far by Oluremi Daniel.

  An interview with a winner of the weekly Cmoni Essay Competition, Oluremi Daniel on his view about the initiative and how the essay has...

The Blue Corolla by Victor Oladejo.

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

When Two Elephants Fight by Oluka Emmanuel.

  When two elephants fight, they battle it out with their bodies and do the elephant equivalence of arm-wrestling. There is tussle for dominance and...

Essay Competition: Week 21 Winners.

  Roselyn Sho-Olajide and Johnson Onyedikachi have won the N20,000 cash prize for week 21 of the #CmonionlineEssayCompetition with their essays titled The Botched Job...

Shamefacedness by Peace Habila.

Kabir was at the verge of losing his mind over the graduation celebration ritual. He just could not keep his tongue glued to the...

The Story Of My Life by Eunice Abiodun.

  I was given birth into the family of five. My mother was a petty trader and my father, a school teacher. When I was...

The Pipe Dream Of Nigerian Youths by Osanyinro Oluwaseun. 

  The dawn of the day saw him fetching water from the well and singing at the highest pitch of his voice which of course...

An Ideal Vacation I Never Had by Humble Ogbonna.

  The hurricane lamp was burning slowly on top of mother's wooden stool that was adjacent my bed. I couldn't sleep but was turning from...

Illiteracy: A Major Contributor To Many Societal Problems by Opara Udochukwu.

  Abstract: ‘Akinyele come!’ A trembling voice with fear crocked out from the sitting room. ‘What again this time’, the poor boy Akinyele who was only...

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