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WHEN IS DADDY COMING BACK? (PART TWO)

There was pandemonium just before midnight in the room next to Akin’s. Curses flew in the air amid sounds of objects Mama Biliki kept throwing at Baba Biliki which missed him and violently hit the door. The curses were soon replaced with Mama Biliki’s wailing as her husband descended on her with a rage that

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WHEN IS DADDY COMING BACK? (PART ONE)

The neighbourhood Akin Kolawole lived with his family was a slum and one of the most dangerous places in Lagos. It boasted of hardened criminals, junkies, gamblers, and sex workers. The partial serenity of Coal Street in broad daylight would leave a stranger with profound puzzlement after experiencing contradictory lifestyles of its inhabitants as soon

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Love Like Ours Episode 5

At exactly 7.30am that morning, Tiwa resumed to work after a casual leave. She was looking so happy and radiant; at least she was going to leave home for work every morning now. Funmi has been one of Tiwa’s close friends at the office. She was always there to brighten up her day but today

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LOVE LIKE OURS: EPISODE 2

Getting down from his car, Femi read the banner that reads “Adeniyi and Sons Nig. Ltd” for the umpteenth time just to remind himself he works there.On entering the reception, he almost collided with Kunle and he was informed that he was to report at the chairman’s office immediately. He quickly walked across the chairman’s

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EPISODE 4: LOVE LIKE OURS

As Tiwa woke up the following morning, she found out Femi was in the bathroom taking his bath already, then she thought, ‘When did he get back that I didn’t notice, or didn’t he sleep at home?’ All this thought kept creeping into her mind that she didn’t even notice Femi was through taking  his

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EPISDOE 1: LOVE LIKE OURS

“Tiwa stepped out of the room and dashed into the kitchen. The door flew open and she met Femi already there, waiting. “Tiwa” he solemnly called “where is my breakfast?”  Without answering, Tiwa turned back and dashed into the store to get some foodstuff. “And you know I would be going to work this morning?

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