Divorce 2.0 By Mary Fadare

Marian paced up and down for the umpteenth time. She sighed as she took her seat in front of the huge wedding photograph in which she was smiling broadly with her childhood lover. Her memory went back to how blissful it was when it all started at Command Secondary school. He was then the Head

Hurry and submit your articles and stories today

Hey, have you submitted your short story or article? what are you waiting for, Today is the last day of submission, you can still submit before 11:59pm this evening. So dont be left out share with your love ones and friends and participate in the competition This is to mark the first-year anniversary of Family

An unequivocal letter to my Father By Joseph O. Boyle

Dear Father, It’s been four years since I heard or saw you. Guess what? I’m now grown up, well, at least a bit. And I took heed to all your advice, I never clicked with the cliques, The only pressure I ever experienced was from a math test, My peers couldn’t protest. Dad, I’ve been

Love; The only way to Freedom By Chinyere Uwechi

Staring at her reflection in the mirror, Shreya felt the world closing in on her. She was already on the brink of tears for the second time that morning and for the life of her did not know how she came into such a situation. Her husband of 10 years lay on their bed with

The revelance of marriage in our modern society Ayodeji Awosanya

Truth is and it has been officially for several decades now that marriage is a gift of God in creation and a means of His grace as well as a holy mystery in which man and woman become one flesh.It is given that they may have children and be blessed in caring for them and

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The story I never told anyone

When I turned three, my parents got divorced. My parents had a huge argument one day although so much had happened before that day, that was the day my mother packed her clothes and left the house when she suspected our dad would be out, she came back for us. You see, when you are

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Yellow Sunflower By Ajani Oyindamola

Papa jam packed us into his bettle car, mama sat in front with my junior brother has he sat chewing mama’s nipples, i and Adana and chukuemeka my junior brother hugged tightly to the belt of the rusty crippled car. I sat in my favourite ball gown with silver lining which fell on my toes,

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The relevance of Marriage in our modern society by Tawakalitu Onabule

Marriage,they say is the legally or formally,socially or ritually recognised union between spouses that establishes rights and obligations between them.The act of marriage usually creates normative or legal obligations between the individuals involved and any offspring they may produce or adopt.Marriage is more than a physical Union,it is also an emotional and spiritual union.   Why marry? Marriage

“Hatred a Day, Keeps Mother Away.” by Anesi Igebu

Late that night, I found myself amidst five other children. We had all being caught one way or the other. We were three girls and two boys, all tied up. Later on, a woman who looked like she was in her late forties came in. I admired her outfit so much, even though that was

Only love can heal the wound of love By Bilkis Umar

Mustapha and I have been in a relationship for 4 years. He was the love of my life and he mean the world to me. He loved me but unfortunately I loved him more. In the third year of our relationship, we started having problems and I’ll always run to my bestfriend (Mubarak) for advice.

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