Yesterday, I watched the first episode of the currently running season of Mount Zion Film Production’s web series, Abejoye. For four years now, a new season of Abejoye meets us every December and this year, the season is longer than usual and would run for four weeks. The
One hundred and fifty thousand naira! One fifty- whole- K! I paid that much as damages at the restaurant before the security men were ordered to let me leave the restaurant. The manager, with his silly, eager-to-please smile, suggested that I have a psychiatric evaluation done. At that point, I
After the Bible study comes the requisite banter, fellowship after fellowship as some called it. And to spice that up, Ope, Stephen’s wife had homemade cupcakes for everyone. When I walked into the house at the beginning of the meeting, I was very self-conscious and slightly embarrassed cos I
When I got to the cemetery, I sighted the guards standing near my husband’s epitaph. The sand that covered where Femi’s body lay was scattered. My mind buzzed with more questions, the most dominant being, ‘why would anyone want to steal my husband’s body?’ Did they want it for rituals?
Mama took over the house in no time, doing all the cooking, monopolizing the children. Her help made me realize I didn’t need help. All the things I should have been doing to keep loneliness away, she usurped. Before I was up, she had started making breakfast, she was already
The day is finally upon us and I am very grateful to God for making this a reality. Over two years ago when I started writing the first chapter of Complete, I didn’t think it was going to be published as a book. I was just a bored writer on
“Sola, I love you” I stepped out of the kitchen, smiling. It was weird, but it felt good, my husband proclaiming his love to me. We had been married for eight years and Femi wasn’t the man to declare love or affirm his spouse randomly. He only poured out his
The first time I heard Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s Pour it Out, my first thought was, this feels like a hug from Jesus conveyed to the world through Tasha’s voice and I bet you’d agree with me on the fact that we all could use that hug in capricious times like