Every time I get a request to ghostwrite a book, rewrite or correct. One fear I nurse is that my client will meet the devil’s advocate.
It was Ized Uanikhehi’s birthday yesterday and I noticed Orifunke writing on WhatsApp about some Challenge she posted, a Scavenger hunt.
I made a podcast recording yesterday about how Nollywood has not evolved from Ojuju and dark magic to realities like piggyvest, farmcrowdy and other innovations going on. Last year I wrote about Jumoke Olowookere and her startup that’s turning waste…
I watched my best friend drown. I could have called the lifeguards or tried at least to enter the shallow water. But I have seen how drowning could reveal
The Wine – Episode 1 (Grey Wine). This is me sharing a story I wrote a few years back. It’s been bought a few times but I have decided to
You won’t believe what just happened to me in this photo. Remember my last post title “Open Your Eyes“? I wanted to change my apartment because the cost of living on South Street Hatfield was killing my Mojo. Plus a…
There’s a moment of decision in every man’s life. Like the man in the trunk of that Bakkie truck, being shipped back home to Nigeria from South Africa.
Why exactly do businesses sponsor literary Magazines? I honestly do not know for a certainty. SOBCA decided to sponsor a literary Magazine I curate
Michael Emmanuel has emerged winner of the Quramo Writer’s Prize 2018 for his manuscript, Running Waters. With his win, he will receive a N1M
We think scholarships are better. I call scholarship holders “corporate beggars.” We are the real beggars. Those of us who contact organizations via applications or otherwise and convince them to finance our life goals