Milk, Meat and Bone

I used to love attending the children’s church when I was younger. One reason being it gave me an opportunity to meet and make new friends, my other reason was it was always so much fun.  My favourite teacher then (I can’t remember her name, but I remember her hair was done in a lovely…

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State of Emergency

The recent wave of killings in the southern part of Kaduna state, has really shaken the country to its core. Images of the scale of these tragic events, scattered all over the internet, and other media have left a bitter taste in the mouth of many concerned Nigerians. People have started screaming for justice, setting…

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Outburst Music Group (OMG!)

Outburst Music Group (OMG!) As Christians, its important that we guard our minds, and the things we constantly feed it. From checking the books we read, the movies we watch, to even the songs we listen to. Music has always had huge presence in human history and experience. There’s no denying the power of good…

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Yeast Infection

Matthew 16:6-12 KJV: [6] Then Jesus said unto them, Take heed and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees. [7] And they reasoned among themselves, saying, It is because we have taken no bread. [8] Which when Jesus perceived, he said unto them, O ye of little faith, why reason ye…

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Dope or Nope

[Addiction is a party many of us don’t want to be in, but end up going anyway. Temi wandered to the table, unsure of how he even got to this depressing party in the first place. He watched his fingers curl around the neck of a bottle, one of many ‘poisons.’ His eyes caught sight…

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Esosa II

Have you read Esosa I? You can read the first installation here. The new term couldn’t have come at a worse time for Esosa. She had never really liked school. The endless truckloads of homework, the snobby girls who always chewed gum and walked around with tight pinafores, struggling to breathe, the seniors who just…

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I check my watch and see the time is already 5:30pm. What a day this has been. I’m trying to shake off the scraping sounds the coffin made, as it was swallowed by the earth’s open mouth, early that morning. Even with the loud Bini music coming from the speakers, the children running around, and…

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You have never liked the way Lagos drivers cut lanes, make dangerous turns or speed through curves. The old lady sitting in front of you, seems to hate it too, and she’s a lot more vocal than you, complaining about how the bus driver has been over-speeding, like he has a spare life somewhere in…

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