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A Thorn in the Flesh by Excel Olunusi

It was time for their case to be called, but she was nowhere to be found. The lawyer's eyes darted around the courtroom. It seemed she had suddenly vanished from the vision range.

My Tomi by Collins Undelikwo

I know I have no future, Tomi. A future where I'd live in a loop of suffering is not one to look forward to. A future without you is meaningless. It's hell. And I'm the devil that's created it. 

The Last Letters of Federico Halmiton by Taiwo Bello

I would have loved to make this letter a merry one and not filled with the woes of my life. I woke up to see my roommate drenched in sweat and having a high fever while murmuring in his sleep.

The Good, Bad, Ugly by Oluwaseun Osanyinro

With the group session starting in about 5 minutes, Lara had same amount of time to contemplate if she would stay or run

Ololufemi by Enoch Akinlabi

When I met you, the clouds didn’t part, neither did angels sing, instead the whole world seemed to go silent because all that was in focus was you.

The Good Man by Victor Oladejo

Wura scooped what was left of the fried eggs, then she gulped her water and dashed for the bathroom.

The Storm by Collins Undelikwo

Dikan didn't know Kinshasa street. Abuja was too big for him to know every street and he didn't understand why this Lolli girl couldn't see that.

Twisted Fate by Peace Habila

When I joined the firm, he was one of the few people I got attracted to without really double-checking my hormones

Two Lovers, A Boy, An Accident by Orhemba Jeremiah

  1. The nineteen year old turns the thought over and over. He will go to work. No, he won’t. At this, he clutches his stomach, folds his knees...

Worth Giving Up by Chisom Arezue

In my life and in that of my brother’s, today will be one of those days that will stand out. As tears well up in my eyes, I look at him.

Chidi by Humble Ogbonna

Chidi looked forward to it. He had wanted to know more about his dad, what kind of person he was before his death, and possibly a few things about his life.

A Night To Remember.

In my several years of practice as a psychotherapist, I have learned that swapping stories among my patients helps to improve their mental health a lot. I have brought the four of you together so you can all tell your stories. I believe it’s a step towards healing.

The Birds Chirp by Ferdinand Princess Chinwendu

  The birds chirped and the rays of the sun could be seen piercing into a dark room through a rectangular shaped window crossed vertically...

Angel of Love by Akpos Thelma Oghenekaro

You will probably receive this with eyes filled with rage and deep sorrow

For the Sake of Love by Adebayo Pelumi

  Mr Dublin is a very young and handsome man in his late 40's. He works as a secretary at Grapefruit public limited company. He...

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