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Jan
2019

When “Working” Your Posting Goes Wrong: A Corp Member Story.

If I can recall well, the first time I heard or uttered the word “Borno” was sometime during my primary school days. We were learning the36 states and capitals in that typical sing-song fashion Nigerian primary schools use. It was a sweet song, so sweet that some of my classmates were able to recite the […]

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12

Dec
2018

What my culture cost me

While the names and certain details of the characters are fictional, this story isn’t. I thought if we ever got to talk about everything that happened between us, I would get some closure. Eventually, we did talk about  it, but it didn’t have the effect I was hoping for… I still love him. I met […]

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12

Dec
2018

She had to do it

Sister Dami had fondness of always walking home with Brother Bayo after church service. She had found more than one occasion to approach Brother Bayo to tell him the truth.  Twice, in fact, she had voiced her concern, and twice she had failed to convince Brother Bayo. As active members of the church, they saw […]

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07

Dec
2018

Wish mother was here.

When I looked at the mirror, I am stunned by my appearance. I am beautiful, gazing at myself on the mirror, i could see the enjoy and excitement on everyone’s face from the mirror. The room was packed full of relatives, those I knew and had never seen, except for my mother. I wish my […]

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27

Nov
2018

Broken

The most difficult time to be in a relationship as a guy is in your early 20s, where you are stuck between the limbo of figuring out yourself and who you want to be. To compound your woes you have a girlfriend whom you love so much, as a guy you are frustrated at your […]

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