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The 2016 Wrap Up :)

I dunno about you, but 2016 has been an awesome, awesome year for me. I’ll numerate some of my life lessons it to make it easier to understand how much I learnt. 😊 1. I learnt the b…

Letters to God: Chapter Fourteen

Osahon was rushed to the nearest hospital. Spontaneously, Osato hopped into the ambulance. Few minutes ago, they were at loggerheads with each other. Hate burned in Osato’s eyes while Osahon testified…

Letters To God: Chapter Twelve

It’s been three months of pain, distress, and confusion. Over 90 days and the storm hadn’t ceased to batter the ship of the Cokers and Idemilis. Since Osasu’s burial, Osato and Osahon had been at logg…

Letters To God: Chapter Eleven

The SARS department of the police refused Emeka and Tayo bail on the grounds that their freedom was dangerous to the public. Furthermore, Inspector Farouk had argued that both men may jump bail if giv…

Letters To God: Chapter 10

“Kekere, Kekere!” he heard someone scream his name as he made his move to attack Tayo who was finding it difficult to open his car door as a result of his confused state. Kekere paused at the sound of…

Letters To God: Chapter Nine

Tayo drove with an intensity that denoted the emergency at hand. Initially it was a light smoke, and then suddenly the fire made manifest its presence; a burning home, from beauty to ashes. Tayo stepp…

Letters To God: Chapter Eight

Tayo tore the letter and burst into laughter as he dropped the pieces on the floor. He dipped his hands into his pocket and staggered towards the bar in the visitor’s room to pour himself few shots of…

Letters To God: Chapter Five

The bang sound awoke Osahon from her shock. Both men had stopped fighting but they hadn’t let go of each other’s arms. The drop of the gun was accompanied by a gush of blood, the bullet had caught him…

Letters To God: Chapter Four

I understand that as a Christian it is wrong to father a child out of wedlock, but the deed has been done and abortion isn’t an option. That will be putting too many lives at stake; I am particularly …