Weekends are for some fun and as such, we have put together top stories for your pleasure this weekend.
Nnedinma and I stepped out of the old Volkswagen that had transported us from Sam Mbakwe international airport in Owerri to Isiekenesi, our hometown. I had enjoyed most of the ride. The dense forests that flanked both sides of the road during our journey conjured up countless imaginations in my head. I wondered what wild animals lived in the thickets near the road and the bushes beyond. CONTINUE READING HERE
“So, when you grow up, what would you like to be?” Nneka asked her pupils. Her face was beaming with a resplendent smile. Her passion for life, her love for teaching and care for her students were infectious. CONTINUE READING HERE
Deborah squealed with delight as her father handed her the new shoes he bought for her. As he expected, she turned the shoe over, gazed at the soles, and ran out to the sandy part of the front yard. There, she pressed the soles of the shoes hard on the sand to see the sole prints. CONTINUE READING HERE
I wasn’t sure I have finished negotiating with the side of bed that easily sends me to the snooze land when the shouting bout in Tunde’s room resumed. I didn’t know if I should intervene, I haven’t intervened before…CONTINUE READING HERE