I got on a plane last week... and I was terrified. The closer I got to the door of the aircraft, the more I felt a cold draft of fear – acute and ...
Last night I read a story on the Humans of New York page and it absolutely broke my heart. Girl meets Boy. Girl is smitten by Boy. Girl ...
There was a notorious robber who tormented Ogbomosho residents in the 90s. Salimonu was known and feared by all – residents, royalty and law ...
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When we were in UNILAG, my friend, Soprieye, had a boyfriend in Port Harcourt. She would dash down there every time we had a holiday or even when ...
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Imagine my surprise when I found the word 'Haggling'. It didn't sound as horrific as I had come to know the act as. The verb 'Haggle'-'To argue ...
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Last week I was in a long drawn out argument with my cousin over his identity. He insisted on speaking his thoroughly “Americanised” Yoruba to me ...
This thing about being super short is a problem – no really… it is! For starters, you have height restrictions in certain places, like theme ...
So...I finally saw Kunle Afolayan's feature film, October 1 last night. Yes, yes, I know I am late to the party but that was quite a good film! ...
I was going to write about how pretentious I looked a few hours ago - me, sitting in a room full of Asians and Hispanics, dunking tortilla chips ...
Back in secondary school, one of the things that scared me the most was the idea of repeating a class. I don't know why. Okay, I lie. I know. I ...
I’m convinced that I will meet the love of my life on the New York subway. Don’t ask me how or where or why the darned subway. I just know… I ...
“Have you considered having a baby together? It will help you find out how vested your partner is, in the relationship” If you’ve been in a ...
"You must be seen, but not heard' - This is a common thing heard by Nigerian children who grew up before the turn of the Millennium. When adults ...
My first year in secondary school was the year that I had my initiation into the world of Nigerian politics. My guardian was a notable politician ...
There's a common joke in my family about how cheap I am, especially with the way I get to the Metro station and scan the environs for Day Saver ...
The first time I failed an exam was at my A-Levels. I was more stunned by the abysmal failure than the repercussions of the actual failure. When ...
When people are in a public place and you can hear people's telephone conversations, you begin to ask yourself why you left your earphones at ...
With the emergence of the Ebola pandemic in West Africa and even Nigeria, there has been a lot of awareness given to hygiene and ancillary ...
Being raised by typical Nigerian parents means there are some basic things you're told you have to do. No arguments. Go to school. Get good ...
Have you ever had one of those random bursts of decisions? The kind that you don't plan for - you just wake up on Saturday morning and think 'I ...