I am not a Feminist

So folks have been talking about feminism and atheism and I have been here sipping my Redinny Zobo and Ipanu Chops me that I cannot fight before. I will not say anything, all I want to tell you is my favourite scene in the film, 300. When Eran Iya Osogbo came asking for “Earth and […]

Paradise was a Lie

Childhood was paradise; pretty, proud and free. We floated through life and drank our fill of heaven’s best. We seized the hands of time and dragged him along for a lazy stroll. We will live forever. Our happiness sealed with God’s own hands; we were sure of that. But paradise was a lie. Time slid […]

The Lie Called Living

Many people don’t grow up. Most people age. They find parking spaces, honour credit cards, get married and have children, and call that maturity. What that is, is aging… Maya Angelou. Maya is one author I know that communicates common sense with such philosophical depth and clarity. And as with everything she says, these quote […]


We had one Formica table when I was a child. It was a round table affixed at the centre of our living room; partitioned underneath into four sections. We did “boju-boju” (hide-and-seek) aplenty under “centre table” o. We ate on “centre table” o. Iron on “centre table” o. No one thing we did not do […]