………except you There is the tendency for you to be depressed and feel sorry for yourself when it seems like you’re the only one amongst your mates who hasn’t hitched a man Getting married is most women’s ultimate dream but sometimes it doesn’t happen when you want it to. It could be that you haven’t… Continue reading When everyone is getting married…….
I wrote this story for a course I offered last year, titled, literature and medicine. (BTW, I loved the lecturer with a passion!) We were supposed to write about our personal experiences or experiences of people we knew that had suffered one form of misdemenour or another at the hands of medical practitioners in hospitals.… Continue reading NON-FICTION: My Night of Ordeal
Okay, there was no way I was going to own a blog without having this story on it so I had to go dig for it, and by ‘dig’, I really do mean dig. I wrote it in what feels like forever ago, in 2009, shortly after my service year in Bauchi (Boy, did I… Continue reading NON-FICTION: Emeka
I really had no intention of posting this story but I was going through my “archive” on my laptop this morning and guess what I found – voila! It certainly isn’t the most unique of names, could be as common as any other Yoruba name like Jide or Deji. In fact, I’ve known more than… Continue reading Wole
Time stood still, or so it seemed. It was barely ten minutes since Dele called and there I was, quite restless and generally in a murderously crappy mood. Besides the sweltering heat that did nothing to ease this mood, Dele’s phone call kept me quite on edge. My boyfriend wasn’t someone of many words but… Continue reading FICTION: Eternal Thirty Minutes
Something about bad breath, By Titilayo Olurin – Premium Times Nigeria.