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AND HE CAME AGAIN

He told my mother that he wanted me to come to his house and take the money that he was owning her. I’m not always comfortable going to this man’s house and my mother knew this and she would always send me to go and get one or two things from him, meanwhile, I don’t

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WAITING FOR WILLIAMS

He promised to marry me when I am pregnant for him. That night I decided to give him my body, soul and spirit. We were on bed together telling each other how much we love ourselves and, how we could kill to make sure no one or anything come between us. Williams was a great

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MENACE OF POVERTY

She rushed out of the house with a heavy load on her head, drastically she moved without minding what would become of the baby in her womb. She had been cheated by nature many times, now, she wanted to go and face her ‘Chi’ and ask her why she torment her with a child that

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UNCLE OSY IS ‘DEAD’

We watched as they moved him into a white Toyota Sienna car. We don’t really know what happened to him but we waited, motionless and mouth widely opened in amazement. He was with us last night at the breaking of the full moon tale and now, the screams of the women was actually what woke

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Shooting an Elephant by George Orwell

IN Moulmein, in lower Burma, I was hated by large numbers of people–the only time in my life that I have been important enough for this to happen to me. I was sub-divisional police officer of the town, and in an aimless, petty kind of way anti-European feeling was very bitter. No one had the

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WOMEN AND WIVES

Parva leves capiunt animos. – OVID, Ars Am., i. 159. Light minds are pleased with trifles. When I was in France, I used to gaze with great astonishment at the splendid equipages, and party-coloured habits of that fantastic nation. I was one day in particular contemplating a lady that sat in a coach adorned with

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Beast City

The road swings down the streets of Lagos, the air smelled of nothing, but of soar breeze that went around the streets, although Feyisara had always complained of the dryness of the leafless trees planted in the streets. The rough streets and old houses planted along the road is one that makes him protest, perhaps

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Household Superstitions

Visions and magic spells, can you despise, And laugh at witches, ghosts, and prodigies? Going yesterday to dine with an old acquaintance, I had the misfortune to find his whole family very much dejected. Upon asking him the occasion of it, he told me that his wife had dreamt a very strange dream the night

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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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