Poem: African Woman

Her skin like a wet grass, With my face up against her back clutched close, With each step she took Wrapping me close as though her breath depended on it. Every move she made, i made Every force i felt The thickness of her love was soaked in this act The act, the African woman... Continue Reading →

A Statement Released By Femi Fani Kayode On The Woolwich Killing

Some things just don’t add up when it comes to the Woolwich killings. There are certainly more questions than answers. Let us examine the facts. An off-duty British soldier by the name of Lee Rigby was walking down the street in the charming and peaceful London suburb of Woolwich. All of a sudden, and out... Continue Reading →

The Real Reason Older Men Love To Date Younger Women

I saw this on everywherenigeria.com and had to share   Admit it, when you see an older man who’s dating a much younger woman, you assume it’s because he must be going through some sort of mid-life crisis. His more youthful female companion may be more sexually attractive to him (making him feel younger in the process)... Continue Reading →

Chidubem Winner Of Mr Ideal Nigeria 2013

Ndi Igbo kwezenu! (Igbo people I hail) I got a message from Ayotunde Fabamwo aka Twitch three days ago saying Mr Imo is the newly crowned Mr Ideal Nigeria. The winner Mr. Chidubem; a Unilag undergraduate who represented IMO state at this years's Mr Ideal Nigeria competition. He has won the most coveted crown of Mr. Ideal Nigeria 2013.... Continue Reading →

Talking To Those Who Lose Someone To Death

The pain of losing someone to death is like that of a heart break; the unexpected is usually experienced. Everything happens without a warning and even if ever they go out through a sickness, it becomes more daunting, that every effort in prayer and medication was a waste. A phone call from a friend said... Continue Reading →

Nigerians Dominate For A Possible Caine Prize Award

Four Nigerians among 5 short-listed for African writing prize Four of the five writers short-listed for this year's Caine Prize for African Writing are from Nigeria, a first for the prominent award, organisers revealed Wednesday. The fifth contestant is from Sierra Leone, according to a list released on the Caine Prize website. The five were... Continue Reading →

A Piece On President Jonathan In The UK Guardian by Remi Adekoya

Nigerians had no rational reason to believe their lives would improve after Goodluck Jonathan became president three years ago this week. The list of promises their rulers have broken is so long it would make a virgin cynical. But then Nigerians can be stubbornly optimistic. When Jonathan first appeared on the political scene in 2007,... Continue Reading →

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