LONDON CHRONICLES (15): TERROR

I have strolled in the park I have seen the flowers I have hugged the sun I have felt the peace The warmth soothed me The scent aroused me The colours delighted me The peace comforts me But where Where have all the flowers gone? What What clouds the sun? That smell Stench of death […]

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JIGAWA CORPER (XIII)

The Dental Clinic at Hadejia General Hospital was just a room of three by two metres dimension, with a single dental chair that looked more like an old Barber chair, and couldn’t be reclined, but can be raised or brought down, by employing a foot pedal behind it. Ventilation was by a window at the […]

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RIVERS (STATE) OF BLOOD

Late yesterday evening I came across a news item from the Punch News(paper) online, that the paramount ruler of Orokpor village in Rumueme Community, in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area (Nigeria‘s most deadly LGA, in my estimation) of Rivers State, Charles Miniku, was shot and killed on Friday, while he was meeting with other chiefs inside […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (14): NEW YEAR

The depths of winter. Everywhere was cold. Rainfall was incessant but mainly showers. None of the tropical storms from back home. Materials covered in Term 1 were relatively familiar and he had done his best and scaled easily without too much reading. It was also a lonely winter. He could have travelled home but he […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (13): WINTER MOODS

Attraction is a difficult concept to grasp. For all its advances, science hasn’t explained why we are attracted to A and not to B. Man’s attractions can’t be explained in anyway. A man can be attracted to all shapes, sizes and shades. Same for women though he couldn’t lay a claim to understanding women. LGBT […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (12): CUPID PLANS

This is from a Guest Writer, Eugene Gant, who’d followed LONDON CHRONICLES with keen interest, but disappointed at the lack of a love story therewith. Here’s his offering for your reading pleasure. – ‘kovich CUPID PLANS Things had settled down. School was proceeding on. Classes were what they were, some interesting, some boring. London had […]

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