It was another Friday morning in Lagos, and the usual bustling in the city of Lagos was gaining momentum. Commercial buses were jostling passengers and Lagosians were pacing to their various places of work. The situation was not any different in Ikeja, the capital city of Lagos, where a horde of street urchins, popularly known … Continue reading BETWEEN AN ‘AGBERO’ AND A YOUNG GIRL: A STORY OF HARASSMENT. By: Olaniyi Aderuku.
If I tell you say I never chop since yesterday, shey you go believe? See, wetin I wan yarn you na true talk, I no dey deceive I don taya for Naija, but still ehn, I LOVE THIS COUNTRY Naso I see Poverty way carry award on top my family tree For Naija, we dey hustle … Continue reading NAIJA, WHICH WAY? By: The George O’Nuel.
Long breathtaking kisses Here in my trance I lost all my senses If we're gonna sin I hope we do it gently Bra straps taken off Clothes on the floor Chants of your name I moan As you slide in and out of my secret home Your hands don't take no for an answer They … Continue reading ROMANTIC ENGINEER. By: Ayomide Fasedu.
Promoting your business may not be the most thrilling of things, but the results gotten are most satisfying. It is best if you spend at least an hour (could be more; the more the better) every day promoting your business or figuring out ways to promote it. How does one promote one’s business? You do … Continue reading HOW TO PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS INEXPENSIVELY. By: ZeoDigital.
Medium: Pastel on Paper 24'24inch Description: Africa has been blessed with everything to make it colorful despite our short comings, yet we have found happiness in our culture and environment. This is what makes us beautiful. The artwork was inspired by the artist's culture. Artist: Fiwajomi Photoart
The University is an institution of Higher education. In a University setting, there is great diversity regarding socio-cultural, political, religious and racial backgrounds among students and lecturers. This multifarious setting, with the presence of an appropriate and felicitous lecturer-student relationship, spawns a campus environment that prepares students and lecturers to live and work amicably and … Continue reading LECTURER AND STUDENT RELATIONSHIP – A Paradigm Shift From The Reality. By: Ezra NnasomUkanwa.
I always stared out a small arch window at the topmost corner of the castle. I loved the view from that window, I could see a vast area of the Kingdom, I could see a large land of green grass and beautiful yellow flowers, people working on their farms; they looked pretty tiny, like toy … Continue reading MY KNIGHT IN SHINING Armour. By: Desola
Each day, I’m amazed at how the simplest things of life becomes so hard an equation to understand. I’m always filled with questions as to how possible it is for a tiny eight letter word such as 'FEMINISM', turns some people- educated people into vicious beings always ready to attack; throwing all logic and understanding … Continue reading DRIFT. By: Nuel.
It was about 5 weeks to the end of the semester, that spelt doom for me; not that I was unprepared for exams but because I had spent every passing day trying to remain unnoticed in my slightly populated lecture hall. However, it was now time to stand before all as I defend my class … Continue reading StacySpeaks’ 365 Days Of Writing: Day 4.
DURATION: 100hrs MEDIUM: Graphite and charcoal on archival paper INSPIRATION: This work shows a man which represents a nation fighting (as implied by the bandana on his forehead used by badasses in action movies). It also features 36 small drawings in a map of each Nigerian state, with some representing the problems in the nation … Continue reading AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL. By: Oluwatosin.