Blogging

Getting a J. O. B – Part Two

Rita got to Uncle Olu's home at a few minutes past five. That man was the most overbearing man she has ever had the pleasure of meeting. It is no wonder he married an illiterate, the story of love and romance he concocted for the family was a tall story. Uncle Olu has never been… Continue reading Getting a J. O. B – Part Two

blogging, Short Story

Rita…Short Story

‚Äč Rita Maxwell stepped over the rail to the other side, though it is forbidden by the government in these parts; she knew trains do not take these routes so often anymore. Her black leather slippers makes a crushing sound with the marble stones. She moved quickly to where other people were and smiled. She… Continue reading Rita…Short Story

Reality

My neighbourhood #1

I took this from the pedestrian bridge at a popular commercial area in Lagos, Oshodi market. What you see in this picture is a better view of the site. In this place there were about a hundred shops and it was bursting to life. Why the governor decided to do this I won't understand. Many… Continue reading My neighbourhood #1