PLEASE IF YOU ARE CLOSE-MINDED DON’T READ THIS. JUST SKIP THIS POST. I TAKE GOD BEG YOU. THIS IS NOT FOR CLOSE-MINDED PEOPLE. IT IS MEANT FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE INTELLIGENT ENOUGH TO THINK FOR THEMSELVES IRRESPECTIVE OF WHAT SOCIETY SAYS. SEE? I HAD TO WRITE IT BOLDLY. IF YOU ARE CLOSE-MINDED, BYE. PLEASE, DON’T READ FOR THE SAKE OF WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD TO BELIEVE. BUT IF YOU MUST READ, BE TRUE TO YOURSELF.
June 28, 2015…
I’m “spiritually adventurous.” I have read the Holy Qur’an, the sacred book of Buddhism-Tipitaka, Continue reading “We are all going to Hell”
(This is a chapter from a book I’m working on. I hope
you like it. It was written from different women’s
experience. Any character’s semblance to real people
is coincidental. The story is set in South West Nigeria
between 2001 – 2003).
At her mother’s insistence, she had gone to spend the holidays at her uncle’s home in Osogbo. If only she’d known, she would have stayed back in Lagos. Continue reading “Zuri”
June 21, 2015…
Honestly, I am not religious. I actually find going to church LOATHESOME. It is in the church I see very bigoted, hypocritical, and judgmental people. You know those people that see the tiny speck Continue reading “Sunday Sister”
“We must not succumb to hopelessness and defeatism. We can fix our problems.”
President Muhammadu Buhari’s inaugural speech on May 29, 2015, has rekindled the dying flame of hope in the heart of many Nigerians. His words, like an arrow, went straight to the heart of many Nigerians who had given up because they thought the past administration had run the Continue reading “A NEW HOPE, A NEW DAWN”
June 6, 2015…
It is laughable, yet annoying, when people mistake going about their everyday life with going for an event. Not any event: a tacky, trashy event. Continue reading “The Dress Code”