LONDON CHRONICLES (2)

He hadn’t realized how tired he was until he found himself snapping in and out of slumber, as his hostess and other members of her family tried their best to make him feel at home. He remembered been asked to stand and be shown the room he’d be staying but not how he landed on […]

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THE LAST GREAT DAY

I had intended to write about the feasts of this season (the seventh month and beginning of the year 5777), but wasn’t in the right frame of mind to do so because of an unfortunate event, much like the one at the beginning of months, seven months back (according to the Jewish calendar), that precluded […]

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ANUBIS

“My case officer in #Moirai probably thought I am Clarke Kent, when she was dishing out the fates for 2016. Now I feel like Atlas before #Anubis. *sips Al-Iksir*” I posted the above on my Twitter handle a few days back, after losing my elder sister two weeks ago, exactly six months after burying my […]

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BIBLE STORIES (18): LESSONS FROM THE TREATY AT BEERSHEBA

Recall that from the day YAHWEH said to Abraham, “… get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee” (Genesis 12:1), Abraham had been journeying from one place to the other, living in tents wherever he settled for a while. On […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES

Once his name was listed as one of the successful applicants for the Commonwealth Scholarship to do a masters course in the United Kingdom over a one year period, he lost taste of everything Nigerian. It had been a tedious road to the point where he’d got to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja, en […]

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