A letter of fear, shame & a tortured heart ***** Hey baby, I’m sorry about last night. I love you too. I want to spend the rest of my life with you. I just panicked when I saw the ring. I know you meant every word you said while you were down on one knee. And I really truly feel those things too, I just … Continue reading Do you still love me?
There were different types of people in school. Some were super brilliant, taking first position on a roll. When they did disastrously come second, it meant they had to shorten the number of friends they had and engage in a year long war with the person who beat them. Everyday was exam day, including the first day and the day after exams actually ended. Funny … Continue reading My Lifelong Struggle To Come First In Class
I want to write something that’s deep or funny, thought provoking or at least just, something that will make you pause. but the economy wont allow. Don’t ask me how the economy is affecting inspiration, just know it is. I also want to go on vacation. I just want to spend maybe a week or two in some fancy hotel with some fancy room service, … Continue reading The Post About A Lot Of Things
Good morning, or whatever time of the day you are reading this. The truth is am not in the best of moods writing this actually that is an understatement am very angry. Why? Because I feel I wasted my life watching a Nigerian movie for 5 hours and I gained nothing. Five hours I can’t get back at all am angry at myself for sitting … Continue reading When we will start telling our stories?
Based on true events, a story of childhood in Eastern Nigeria post-Biafra war ******** Aunty, Uncle Good afternoon oh Afa’m bu *Zoba , I heard that you people are there complaining about “Change”, but you are enjoying oh!, you don’t know. Me, I am a boy, living in 1983 and I want to tell you people how life is. Today is Thursday, so we … Continue reading A day with Chizoba
I’ve always been afraid of the dark. For no real reason. I’m just a kid, all I do is play and laugh and cry when mom doesn’t give me what I want But when the sun goes down I feel myself dim. And I don’t know why Maybe it’s because of the long looming shadows the kerosene lantern makes Maybe it’s because everyone’s eyes hold … Continue reading When the sun goes down
.Disclaimer: Every typo was left here intentionally I’ve always believed you cannot fix a problem you don’t understand and this belief is particularly true when I think of my country. Today I have discovered a new problem with the state of our nation. The problem is you. I have explained here that the last time the federal Ministry of education had a concrete plan … Continue reading Is Something Not Wrong With You?
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EasyUrbanChic. A week ago I walked into a salon to get my nails done, and there was this woman who was all about not trusting her boyfriend, ?then another woman supported her, ?she was so serious and straight, “I don’t trust my husband, ?I dont think he is cheating o, ?but if he is, ?I wont be surprised, ?because all these… Continue reading All Men Are The Same!
Hip-hop they say is a universal language for hip hop lovers we have been inspired by Talib Kweli, Jay Z, Nas to mention a few. In Nigeria we have also had Modenine, MI and Eldee and a couple of others.In no particular order, here are my biggest 15 hip-hop collaborations that rocked Nigeria. Nobody Test Me- Jesse Jagz ft Ice Prince & MI This was … Continue reading 15 Hip-Hop Collaborations That Rocked Nigeria
In this world where being single is becoming a low-key crime and fake people seem to multiply, I managed to find bae. I love bae and I am proud of her and I know people like to judge a lot especially Nigerians but I don’t want you guys to judge me or judge bae. Just read this post with love in your hearts. So in … Continue reading MEET BAE