IF KEYBOARDS COULD SPEAK

Ejimofor Hannah Chiamaka If keyboards could speak, I believe that it's first sentence would be directed to the typists who stares at the monitor as they blindly punch in every key without minding if it's the heart of the keys or even the eyes. If keyboards could speak, I'd advice them to speak to their …

RAPE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration carried out against a person without that person's consent. The act may be carried out by physical force, coercion, abuse of authority, or against a person who is incapable of giving valid consent, such as one who is unconscious, incapacitated, has an intellectual disability or is below the legal age of …

A FATHER’S LOVE

Yubedee Pyamene He had created this perfect brand, everyone showered praises. Life was good. He had raised his child, the first fruit of his manhood and his pride. But looking at Dafe now, his son; he could hardly believe it was his son. This was the story of Omotayo – a business tycoon and billionaire. …

LITTLE JOY

Hannah Chiamaka Ejimofor Photo credit: Olomoresoa Little Joy ran out with the other kids joyfully when the power was restored. She was happy they were going to continue the 'jungle book' they have been watching at their neighbor's house (Uncle T). But immediately they got to the door, she paused; the other kids ran past …

THE MUTED CHILD

Ibinabo Sekibo A controversial statement to call one who was pregnant, a virgin; but then, I don’t know how I would have classified this young lady. Well,I remember moving in to this new apartment with my boyfriend and amongst the judgmental stares I got from those already living in that environment; one stood out the …

EVENING RETROSPECTIONS

Spent the evening of yesterday,under the sunset;and on the roads we walked,recalling memories.Memories dressed like kids,who knew they could die any moment.Memories of how we played,under the moon light,even as I stroked your hair,It's really long, you know?The hair, I mean;And then I told you stories.Some fake, most real;and you'd laugh,and tell me how lucky …

I SMILE

Many times, people go through a lot; which are usually sad, and these are all covered in make up, smiles, jokes, jibes.ESTHER GEORGE, a Nigerian young writer; embodies the suffering of humans (maybe women especially) in the quest to always be happy and ready for the camera in her poetic piece titled: I SMILE🌝. Poetry …

Oh! XENOPHOBIA

Oh! We have a guest writer; if someone has visited before, I don't know if you'd call him a guest. But then, here goes! Nwakanma Emmanuel Emeka also known as Meka Wrights is a poet,writer, an avid reader,model and a love doctor. Though, a love doctor; he's a concerned Nigerian and one who couldn't turn …