Consciously or unconsciously majority of Nigerians are caught in the web of corruption through cutting corners in the face of daunting challenges of life. Corruption had pervaded all segments of the society and a sincere effort to eradicate the virus becomes a herculean task. Virtually every Nigerian is involved and condemns the act, but are confused on how to solve this hydra headed...
Le Jeu des Anciens, est une saga de huit ouvrages ayant pour principal décor le Nigéria, ses états, ses peuples et ses cultures aux multiples facettes. Le présent Lidé pose le cadre socio-politique des intrigues du premier livre de la série, Olayinka le choix d’une vie, avec des informations essentielles pour une bonne appréciation de ce dernier.
“But wait! How much is the money that was paid into your account? I mean, the one you gave to me to take away?” said Jackson.
“One million dollars!” said Tony.
“What? One million dollars? Elo lo maje tin ba she si Naira. Yeh! Owo!” said Jackson.
“Yes! It is that much. That was why I said it is my biggest shot ever.” said Tony.
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A story by I May End Soon
Our land is red, filled with the blood of its citizens. How long will we continue in silence, waking daily to the massacre of our families?
Our Land is Red is the story of Gloria, a young girl with great dreams, living in Northern Nigeria. Focused on getting an education, she becomes a victim of the society she lives in. What became of Gloria's dreams?
Two boys, one stove and several matchsticks … what could possibly go wrong? The ten-year-old twins are fed up with their daily beans and desperate to be big boys. One afternoon, these mischievous boys find themselves home alone with the chance to smoke things their way. But what will they learn from their crazy experiments?
Bezalel is a single Nigerian dad taking his PhD in Sweden. He loves his adorable daughter very much, and he loves his career path. Yet he has an overactive mind and tends to exaggerate little things in funny ways. He has a mix of Western and African perceptions, and so he also sees identifies cultural issues, but humorously. This is the first of a series of his personal journal entries.
This story is a personal experience of mine. It talks about the struggle the average Nigerian medical graduate goes through, in securing an internship placement. It also is motivating and inspirational, as it promotes self-motivation and the need to always find a way. Nevertheless that it is more relatable to a Nigerian medical graduate, it is a good read for anyone and everyone across all spheres