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Dear Muna by Humble Ogbonna

    From My Prison Cell, Lubwa Prison. 22nd April, 2022. Dear Muna, I hope this letter meets you well. This is my very first letter to you since my...

Essay: Gender Based Violence and Religion by Ekoja Okewu

  “The only time I will be proud to be a man is when every woman is safe and comfortable around me”-DJ Kyos Introduction In recent times,...

Roses And Orchids Are For The Bad Girls by Kelechi Eme

  The life of a woman has always been a topsy-turvy affair, especially in an environment inhabited by inglorious men draped in licking pants. They...

The Imperatives Of Restructuring by Bola Tinubu

The national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress and former Lagos state governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, penned this incisive piece on "Restructuring"....

The Emotional Side Of God by Chisom Arueze.

The sharp smell of detergent and incense fills the air. Buckets, brooms, and dustpans of different colours and sizes were talking in their loudest voices

Blood Is Thicker Than Water

“I have put the books on the table Ma” “Okay, thanks. Please get me that marker on the table too.” “Here it is Ma. I’ll be...

IN DEFENCE OF KAIKAI (LOCAL GIN)

  THERE IS NOTHING ILLICIT ABOUT KAIKAI. GET OFF YOUR COLONIAL AND TEMPERANCE INDUCED IGNORANCE ABOUT THIS GREAT ANCESTRAL SPIRIT OF THE AFRICAN RAIN FOREST...

Deep admiration, False Hatred, Strong affection!!! by Okeke Godwin Iyke

Nigeria is a country where different tribes and religion discreetly and deeply love and admire each other but publicly castigate and hate each other. Let...

Inventing God by Tony Alika.

If God did not exist, it would have been necessary to invent him... Voltaire, 1777

Nigeria’s Power Sector by Ojetunde Esther

The electricity sector in Nigeria generates, transmits and distributes megawatts(MW) of electric power that is significantly less than what is needed to meet basic household and industrial needs

My Luckless Tribulation by Excel Olunusi

The next day as I returned from my office, my husband handed me a brown envelope containing some documents. I collected it with shaky hands while wondering if it had something to do with my pregnancy.

Reforming Nigeria’s Power Sector in Conundrum by Chukwuemeka Oluka

If anyone still doubts that Nigeria’s power sector is in a conundrum, then, that person may need to be critically examined more than the crisis-driven sector itself.

KACHI by Ezeadum Sixtus

If the midwife wasn't so short she would have looked just like Adaeze’s mother — the long arms that quivered like a polybag that contained only groundnut oil

Spiral by Oladejo Victor

Edward was jarred from his sleep by the crying of the baby. He ran down the hallway and when he got close to the room where he had led his wife, holding her arm and nestling her head on his shoulder for support earlier this evening, he met the midwife.

FERVENT By Roselyn Sho-Olajide

She had let her family down. Her siblings had looked up to her. What would they think of her? She stayed back in the room they shared with Fervent during the semester break and told her parents that she needed to finish up some school work.

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