#ShortStory: What If Nigeria Has No Secrets?

Nigerians woke up to the news that the country had fallen victim to accidental orbital satellite broadcasting, and that brought about lots of exposé and further chain reaction.


#ShortStory: Dear Fiancé, Thank You For Making Me Marry The Best Husband

Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010 (10:15pm) Recipient: henry_chuks@gmail.com Subject: Safe Journey Love Hi love, I know you’d be surprised to receive this mail when it’s likely your plane is yet to take off, well it’s to let you know I’m missing you already, as well as to wish you a safe flight. Sincerely, I’m scared that we’d be far apart, but I know that the love we share would always keep our hearts together till you come back for me as promised. Please don’t be tempted by those ladies in U.S.A o! Just like i’d be faithful to you here, as you’re my first, only and last love. Yours ever, Stella.

#ShortStory: Do You Trust Me Honey?

Banke flipped through the fashion magazine nonchalantly, she had read it over a thousand times in the past, but being a boring Sunday afternoon with no power supply, she had picked it up among other editions to while away the time, and perhaps see if any fashion style could interest her. Suddenly, she felt a … Continue reading #ShortStory: Do You Trust Me Honey?

#ShortStory: The Sex Life of a Lagos Mad Woman (My Version)

This place is not my house, but I live here. It is not the type of place you want to call your home. Sometimes, I wonder how I have managed to call it mine since my uncle died, that should be five years ago, or six or seven. It is a very smelly place, that’s … Continue reading #ShortStory: The Sex Life of a Lagos Mad Woman (My Version)