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51 results found.
Click here for all episodes of Torn It was 9:13pm. Charles sat in the hospital waiting room staring blankly at the TV. Ambrose who had joined him here since about 6pm was limping towards him with two cups of coffee. Charles had known Ambrose for over a... Read More
Click here for previous episodes of ‘Torn’ “There is this Kenny guy that is always on the phone with her.” Charles let out abruptly. It was him and a hurt Ambrose alone in the house. Amaechi had just stepped out to grab some analgesics at the... Read More
Click here for previous episode of Torn Charles woke up in a bed that sure was not his. It took a minute for him to orient himself. Okay, he was in Chioma’s bed, the house she shared with Halimat in Maitama, Abuja. His head was severely banging. On... Read More
The shrill noise of his phone’s alarm saved him from the nightmare. He was sweating profusely. “Not this dream again! What the hell is about to happen this time?” he said getting off the bed. He had a 10am meeting with the powers-that-be, he had... Read More
Catch up on previous chapters HERE How could anybody not love her? She was enchanting at first sight and got even more endearing when one spent more time with her. Her humble nature and depth made it hard for Toni not to be infected. She was... Read More
Catch up on previous chapters HERE The scent of Leticia’s perfume stirred Toni from her afternoon nap. She opened her eyes. Her friend was staring intently at her. She bore that look that revealed she wanted attention. Toni looked at the... Read More
Click HERE for previous episodes “Why are we going to a prison?” I ask, the silence was becoming awkward. “It’s part of my duty as a priest to visit those in prison.” “I don’t know any priest who still does that” “You know... Read More
I have few role models or should I say I hardly call people mentors to avoid future stories that touch. However, Tyler Perry is one of the people I look up to. If I am asked to mention two people I look up to, it has to be Shonda Rhimes and Tyler... Read More
I could never watch a Nollywood film completely, in my home, when I was eight years old. It was always filled with scenes of black magic/voodoo. Women waking up at midnight dressed in white and red, their faces marked with charcoal were just a few of... Read More