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Dec 16

The C.L.A.U.S. Chronicles [2]

During her time, she never got to meet older C.L.A.U.S. agents until after two months of training so she waited for two months before actively searching for him. She’d been looking for him for a month now, checking the ‘new recruits’ database on the North Pole and asking around.

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Dec 16

The C.L.A.U.S. Chronicles [1]

The entire scenery began to flicker and then distort right in front of their eyes. Santa’s Cottage became a huge fortress barricaded by high walls. The beautiful lights were gone and in their place were cameras and some other equipment that she didn’t know. Seun and Lindsey took a quick look around and realized that everything else had changed.

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Dec 15

On Nigeria & Jungle Justice

Dear Nigerians, we owe a sense of responsibility to ourselves. And so, the next time we offer our very colourful show of concern when a bomb goes off in France, or a nuclear leak in China, or flood in Florida, let us also speak out in concern when a suspected thief is beaten, molested and burnt in Lagos.

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Dec 14

Much Ado About Toilets

I know of people who have resorted to extreme measures just to find relief. A colleague of mine told me she had to pee in a bottle and carry home to dispose of it? My mouth was as wide as yours when she told me. I couldn’t believe it.

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Dec 13

Introducing: Christmas At The Johnson’s Series

Papa Johnson, a widowed Nigerian grandfather in his mid eighties currently living in his retirement home in the outskirts of Lagos has ‘unusually’ invited members of his immediate family over to spend a Christmas weekend with him. This is a TNC special Christmas series where seven contributors get to tell one story from seven different perspectives.

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