Category: Fiction

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FRIDAY FICTION: MAMA BOYS AND MEN BY MARTINA OMORODION

Lately the search for Mr Right has increased.   Yes na! with the sheer number of funky pre-wedding photos online and in our faces. Everyone wants to get married.  I wonder who started the pre-wedding picture craze and its purpose.  Will the pics be shared I wonder who started the...

FICTION: THE STREET TRIBUNAL.

‘The idea that you would even think of such an outlandish accusation is preposterous.’ ‘Oga abeg stop all that grammar, pull your Shokoto now’ Brian stares angrily at the pack of riffraff surrounding him. He is at least 6inches taller than the tallest of the lot, his impressive frame clad...

Commuters Congress (a.k.a Bebeh)

Commuters Congress (a.k.a Bebeh) By Orode Uwawah I watch the snake moving forward. Slithering so slowly you could almost not tell it was moving. Oblivious to the hustle and bustle around it as people hurry pass it to their various destinations, the snake stops for some moments, then it moves...

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

In the spirit of promoting our rapidly dwindling reading culture, once a month I will be giving you a free book for your reading pleasure.   This month’s freebie is ‘The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas   It’s a wonderful (though kinda long) classic story about…read it to...

HOW I MET YOUR FATHER

HOW I MET YOUR FATHER. By Orode Uwawah   The twins watched their mother as her lips parted and the words slowly started tumbling out. “The sun was really hot that afternoon.” She licked her dry lips, as the memory of the heat played back in her head. “I decided...