Flash Fiction


I was fifteen when Mama had my sisters. The Dibia said she'd have a long delay but no one had thought it was to be ten years after I had clocked five. Papa was unconditionally supportive. No one in the community ever waited that long before marrying another wife,  but he never hid the fact… Continue reading EWU “GOAT”

The Slam Book

Memoirs of A Repentant Hooker ~ Episode 24

Waking up earlier than normal is one of the new things I’d probably have to get used to. The idea that I might be a proper working class person is beginning to sink in. Amaka and I didn’t have the best of the night judging by the way we both bid each other good night… Continue reading Memoirs of A Repentant Hooker ~ Episode 24

Let's talk about it/Keeping It 💯


Let’s talk about hashtags!!! Hash tags are quite really interesting thing as far as I am concerned. Especially when you are familiar with Instagram and Twitter, you’d realize hashtags on those social medias are like ube to boiled corn or coconut and boiled corn but that’s not to say Facebook is exempted from the clique… Continue reading Hashtags

Flash Fiction

Eke Market

This piece was originally published on artymedium.com of course by yours truly! Enjoy. "Amaka, how many times have I told you to stop dragging that your useless feet up and down the house like you don't know today is Eke market?" Eke market day was once always one to look forward to. Mama's voice always… Continue reading Eke Market


Happy New Month: Love over Vain Arguments

Happy New Month people. . . Welcome to March. I pray the Lord make every crooked way straight, heal every wounds, infirmities and make lines fall for us in pleasant places. I'm kinda in a place where I'm learning new things; spiritually and physically; especially the part where I learn to manage my emotions and… Continue reading Happy New Month: Love over Vain Arguments