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Who Is Buchi’s Father by Becky Peleowo

  Ndidi leaned on the steel parapet railing of the Third Mainland Bridge. The chilly breeze that waved across her made her feel lightweight. Suddenly...

My Past Life by Emmanuel Enaku

The full moon blazed down on us at its highest intensity as we strode through the forest, our feet making occasional rustling sounds when...

My Trailing Light: A Poem by Oluwaseun Osanyinro

I could say a million thanks for being a source of inspiration Your zeal and tenacity towards ensuring you raise a balanced army runs deep You...

Weapons Of Defence by Oluwaseun Osanyinro

  I woke up drenched in sweat, sure that something serious had jarred me from my dreams. I was about to displace my worry when...

Eternal Echoes: Breaking the Curse of the Mysterious Mansion by Stephen Ayilegbe

In the heart of a sleepy, fog-covered town nestled deep within the woods, a curious young woman named Amelia resided. She was known far...

Tetralogy of Hope Songs by Becky Peleowo

  I Just a little Joy Hope your day was well spent Even when some roads were bent And when all goals were not met So many lacks, not much...

Meeting The Mysterious ( A Night With The Deities) by Faith Oyadiran

The crescent moon cast its orange glow on the alley of trees beside Ife-Ibadan Road. As Sophia traversed to the other side, she sought...

Don’t Give Up: A Poem by Faith Oyadiran

Twirling and swirling the rogue waves gathered Like a funnel, they whirled. into a majestic wind A Typhoon! It rides on vicious waves like a horse. It thunders like the roar...

You Died: A Poem by Kenneth Nwabuisi

You died You died for my sins committed in the inns of prostrating limbs. & blood spills   from your side like a kite a death in sight & a warrior's hindsight   The unending...

Gone by Kenneth Nwabuisi

James sits by the river bank and listens. He hears the seagulls cawing. The birds, whistling. The waters dancing to the surface of the...

The Blame Game Analysis by Solomon Ekoja

Before independence from Great Britain, the majority of the blame regarding the turbulence of the country was directed at our Colonial masters. It’s been...

Nigeria’s Turbulent Journey: Who is to Blame? by Chukwuemeka Oluka

This journey traces a trajectory from ‘Yesterday,’ through ‘Today,’ with a sneak peek into a destination, ‘Tomorrow.’ It is a journey of the most...

Fresher Dilemma- The Adventures Of Techo by Emmanuel Enaku

It was a Wednesday morning. It drizzled earlier that day and as a result, the hall where we sat waiting for the teacher was...

“Shap Shap” by Faith Oyadiran

I know a very bright young man. He lacked proficiency in the English language. He is very diligent (I’m not giving out his details...

The Bad Waiter by Emmanuel Enaku.

Valentine’s Day meant nothing to me. True, it was seen as a day of love but as far as I was concerned, love did...

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