Month: August

WHY IS RAPE AN EMERGING WEAPON OF WAR IN AFRICA?

War is the oil that lubricates the steering wheel of Africa’s poignant history resulting in blood from conflicts across the divides of Africa. These stoppable crises have imperilled its present and laid ambush for its future couched in doubts. Ordinary civilians abhor the smell of war, just or unwarranted, but it is sold with bait

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘LATER TONIGHT’

TITLE: ‘LATER TONIGHT’ AUTHOR: TUNDE OSOSANYA PUBLISHED: AUGUST 1, 2016 Reading previous short stories by Tunde Ososanya will always give you an appetite to ask for more, in terms of reading the very experience of characters portrayed as people you see every day on the streets, on a transit home and everywhere else in the

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WHEN IS DADDY COMING BACK? (PART THREE)

Akin called home the moment he arrived Abuja. It was a long journey from home and he was glad there was no hitches whatsoever during the exhaustive journey. By Tunde Ososanya The Taxi he boarded from the garage halted in front of the company and a surge of anxiety almost made his heart jump out

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