APHRODITE’S GAME (III)

THE REUNION When she made to get some fruits that fateful Saturday evening, she could hardly have envisaged that something that may alter the direction of her life may happen. She’d have even gone earlier had her friend, colleague and reading partner not delayed her. They intended to do a marathon night of reading the […]

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APHRODITE’S GAME (II)

THE HIATUS She looked up to the new year with renewed hope, with possibilities of what could be with her now “confirmed” lover. She could now boldly say she was officially in love, as she could never get over having thoughts of him in her head. When idle, she’d reread all the letters he’d written […]

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APHRODITE’S GAME

THE BEGINNING She met him in secondary school. He’d transferred from another school to hers. For the better part of junior secondary school years and the first year of senior secondary, they’d exchanged no words between each other. She admired him a lot, for his humility. From the corner seat towards the back of the […]

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GETTING AN MBA IN NIGERIA

In Nigeria, certificates count and infact matters most, almost in all white collar jobs in the public and private sector. Everyone wants a degree, educated or not. Many influential Nigerians who haven’t been through the walls of a school are “Drs.” because of the honorary degrees they possess most likely purchased, and given them by […]

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NIGERIA: THE ROAD TO CENTENARY (11) – THE BUHARI/IDIAGBON REGIME

Though General Muhammadu Buhari was the head of state, people always referred to that regime as the Buhari-Idiagbon regime, because of his no-nonsense deputy, Major General Babatunde Idiagbon. Together, they ruled Nigeria with a iron hand (since seizing power from the democratically elected government of President Shehu Shagari on the 31st of December, 1983) for […]

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“madukovich’s cogitations” is 1

If you asked me, I’d say I learnt to write before I learnt to articulate words in speech, because as far back as I can remember I’d always itched to write, and had always expressed myself better in writing than in speaking. Once, I had offended my Dad, but I was grown enough not to […]

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HOW AIRTEL NIGERIA RIPPED ME OFF OF =N=1500 AIRTIME CREDIT

Seeing that I would run outta data later on Saturday the 10th of May, 2015, I recharged my phone with =N=1,500 worth of Airtel airtime credit at about 10 am, with the intention that once I run out, Airtel’s AUTORENEWAL will simply replenish my BlackBerry Bundle with 1.5GB of usable data, though the subscription was […]

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