Over the weekend, the very much anticipated poetry series dropped and so far has been downloaded by a number of persons with varying assertions on the poems in the series. Today, I’ll be sharing one of the poems from the... Continue Reading →
Editor's Note: Hey, it's another weekend. And I'm pretty sure you're getting down with house chores and relaxation after a week of working for the paper... Today, for our weekend special, we have Damilola Ogunojuwo talking about his desire to... Continue Reading →
: Somehow, I am happy with the outcome of events this week. So, if you haven’t heard, the President and Commander-in-chief of the Armed forces of Nigeria, yesterday, made a statement which classified his wife as a kitchen utensil, as... Continue Reading →
Editor’s Note: On our guest contributor segment, we have this short moving piece of fiction from Nicholas Oyathekhua [A’saph]. Oya let me shut up here and allow you continue. Guns cocking, grenades exploding; shrapnel delivering the messages from their source... Continue Reading →
"...You begin to doubt the effectiveness of the mental calibration of your fellow countryman whose song is literally causing you so much pain. You are angry, livid even. And if the driver would just turn from the road and take a long look at your face, he’d almost taste your ire. But he doesn’t turn; lucky for him..."
What will I not see in this life? In my family, there are some laid down observations. I used laid down intentionally because overtime, we have gotten used to these observations and they have become for us, semi-rules by which... Continue Reading →