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My Journey in Ink: a Candid Piece | Gabriel Iloh

I spoke to a certain senior who talked me out of quitting. Indeed I was very close to. He encouraged me to be relentless and resilient; I just wanted to rest.

One More Push: A Poem by Solomon Ekoja

Century after century Year after year Nation to nation And village to village The story’s the same One more push Always makes the difference The corridor of history is laden With multitudes...

A February In Crisis by Chukwuemeka Oluka

February is the month of love, and it is in crisis in Nigeria. Do Nigerians still know what love is all about? Many didn’t even...

JUST WHY? a poem by Becky Peleowo

They said he died for me And washed away my sins They said his bloody stripes heals every bruise and pain They said he rose again from a...

The Trajectory and Influence of Digital Technology in Graphic Design by Chukwuemeka Oluka

The creative and dynamic field of graphic design is nothing short of exciting. Imagine what it takes to communicate one’s ideas and experiences with...

Newbie? Get Published Without Stress by Becky Peleowo

You've finally finished your masterpiece. You have it typed, edited and peer-reviewed by trusted professionals and you're ready to share it with the world. Congratulations but how do you get your work published? Voilà!

Why Embarrass Chimamanda?

  I saved this photo of Chief Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie since the day she was confered with the chieftaincy title, Odeluwa Abba. I had since wanted...

Cupid And A Strange Town: A Poem by Victor Oladejo

I Cupid enters a town, today they celebrate love, his greatest weapon, On a corner of a street, an old woman seats on a stool, She holds...

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...

Subsidy Brouhaha And The Way Forward by Solomon Ekoja

After the last general election that ushered in the Government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, I never for once thought the country would receive...

Bloody Valentine! – A Poem by Becky Peleowo

                 I Bring roses for my love, Scatter delicate Lilies so white, Moradeke, my queen, my dove, So now, why do we fight? Old naira notes squeezed into a...

The Sad Period Of Grace : A Poem by by Emmanuel Enaku

When I was younger, I was told the story of a child. A child born in a manger, in hay and under the clouds. I was told of...

Throes by Becky Peleowo

Of the many things she felt when the midwife handed her the baby, love was not among them.

My Final Dirge: A Poem by Emmanuel Enaku

In secret, I craved your presence. And then, because I could hold it no more, I had spilled the words that had multiplied So much in my heart

Cold Vengeance by Stephen Ayilegbe

It was a cold, bitter night in the small town of Millfield. The kind of night where the air was so frigid that it...

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