#MTNProjectFame: A memory walk

Fellow humans of the world who own DSTVs and SoundCitys and AITs and HipTVs… MTN Project Fame Season Nine is upon us, and trust your gyal to give you all the juice. I bet someone somewhere is saying, Ehn, project fame shift wan side, the Voice is the littest Yeah, warefa. I love the voice, […]

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Genesis 3:9-19 (behind the scene)

By Osundolire Ifelanwa 9 And the Lord God called unto Adam, and said unto him, Where art thou? 10 And he said, I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid myself. 11 And he said, Who told thee that thou wast naked? Hast thou eaten […]

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My Ideal Wedding|Mogbekeloluwa Ladele

Sitting on a stack of plastic chairs, smoldering, royally vexed about a wedding ceremony that has gone on for too long – I have decided to write about my ideal wedding. The ideal wedding I sometimes dream about; the ideal wedding I know I will never have. ***** My ideal wedding has a hundred guests, […]

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EKOMONI by Akindamola Akintola

Leave the title the way it is please. The point is going nowhere so I’m not in a hurry to get to it. The national economic situation isn’t entirely shit yet. This D-day of ours will be more than four years long. Let that sink in, offer the sink a seat, and give the sink […]

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Akure Chronicles

I became a stranger; unknown yet familiar. It had been so long, and even though I still knew my way around places and people, it didn’t feel like I knew this place at all. People had changed. I had changed. The air had changed. No more was I stuck with hearing only the sound of […]

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Family Chat

Toks buzzes you about the new group. ‘Mommy jst joind Whatsapp.’ Sigh. There’s a million reasons why you sigh, chief of which is your brother’s incomprehensible mode of writing. You stow the itch to nag him about it. ‘Tell her I’m not on Whatsapp.’ ‘But I alrdy told her I chat wt u all d […]

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