I suppose you read the title. Wishful thinking, ba? From time immemorial, Nigerians have always crashed weddings. Okay, I know “crashing” sounds like a bad word, but if you were not invited to the wedding, i.e. you did not get … Continue reading
It’s the last day of January, and what better way to celebrate the end of the month, than share the end of a story? Don’t answer that. In case you missed it, Toasting Her is a short story I published … Continue reading
Welcome to the last week of January! Honestly, I am happy to say “Bye, Bye” to January. But before the month ends, we’ll complete this series. Here is Part 2 of Toasting Her. Have a fantastic week ahead and Enjoy!
Toasting Her is the story of David Njoku, a shy and studious 20-year old, who believes he has found the girl of his dreams. The only problem is that he has never actually spoken to her. To complicate matters, David learns that she might be embroiled in a nasty scandal on campus. Will he overcome his shyness and pursue the girl he has fallen in love with? Continue reading
Happy New Year to you again! Why are you looking surprised? Remember I threatened to keep wishing people “Happy New Year” till Christmas. I’m just keeping my word. *whistling and walking briskly away* So, guess what happened today? No, I … Continue reading
Yes, I know it’s January 2 and no longer New Year’s Day. But I intend to keep wishing people “Happy New Year” till Christmas the end of January.
I wanted to stop by and wish you all a Merry Christmas. Enjoy! P.S. Don’t you just want to hug this little guy. Oh, he’s so so cute!
As promised, here is the concluding part of With Love From Asaba. Feel free to leave a comment, suggestion, critique, etcetera. Enjoy! “Who is that that wants to break my gate, ehn?” Chief Alozie asked in an irritated voice, … Continue reading
Did you know that after today’s episode, there is just one more episode left in this series? Yup! Only one, kpere! The final episode will be up on Monday. Don’t worry. It’s already scheduled. Have a great weekend! Richard … Continue reading
My apologies for just posting this today. I was busy gbadun-ing my Labor Day holiday. Can you forgive me? I see you nodding. I’ll take that as a “Yes.” :-) Okay, now for Part 13. Thanks for all the comments … Continue reading
Nene went to bed very early that day, but sleep evaded her. At about 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning, when the whole house was asleep, she went downstairs and searched for Monday’s paper. Her uncle usually kept the newspapers … Continue reading
The school where he taught was located on the same road as the hotel, and he was just leaving for his second shift at the home of one of his students where he gave private English lessons. Nene did … Continue reading
Brother James was the unapologetically longwinded and pompous leader of the Sunday School class for youths in the church Nene attended. Truthfully, most people referred to it as the “Singles’ Sunday School Class,” because it was attended by young, … Continue reading
By now, it was already dark, and although the electricity supply was a lot better in Asaba than it was in Lagos, the power was out that night. The generators in the neighborhood had taken over from where PHCN … Continue reading
I started this series of novellas, titled The Aso-Ebi Chronicles last year. First, was Bewaji and her aso-ebi was Ankara. The 2nd novella, which I just published, is titled Wura’s Woodin Adventures. From the title, I am sure you can guess … Continue reading