It was some six hundred days after the Winneba Junction accident. Besiwa was stepping out in two armpit crutches for the first time. What a loss! What a calamity? She’s lost her left limb, mother and a little brother, all READ MORE
There was everything wrong about Davies: his shirt, hair, demeanour and everything one could think of ever. Adriana’s main tragic flaw of the evening was that she allowed the fear of losing David’s company rule her, so she lived that READ MORE
As Eric was consoling his darling, Erica took the camera and removed its storage card, without knowing copies of her image were long saved to some virtual Google account. She quickly copied the images and replaced the card rather stealthily, READ MORE
Adriana saw stars as the slap landed across her temple, no false landing. There was no slip about its severity because Erica, Eric’s elder sister, monitored her photographer from the CCTV cameras which fed images into a device in the READ MORE
In his rage, he felt an innate restraint but overruled it. After all, Adriana had been at this for far too long. She had foregrounded her virginity and rated it above all virtues thus lording it over her parents even. READ MORE
When Davies pulled out for a third time that night, Adriana felt some sweet excruciating pain and let out a sanctimonious babble of religious tonguing, taking the name of the Lord her God, but one was unable to say READ MORE
Welcome to my new world!
Today was Friday and Morgan International Community School had just trodden their bitterest rivals in a competitive football match. The fun in it was that Morgan chalked up this feat by pipping a home team. Mubarak Jaye was at READ MORE