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Disclaimer: The following article was written under the influence of ‘intoxicants’ and so any reference to real life people/occurrences is completely and unapologetically on purpose but if you confront me later on the things said, I would deny it vehemently, even with the evidence of my words staring right back at me and then the…

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In the Southwestern part of the country, introduction ceremonies are significant during the process of getting married. It is where close family members of bride and groom to be, meet officially and get to know relatives of their son and daughter before the wedding day proper. Here are a few things that can go down during…

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The last time the matter of spraying money was a topic of heated national debate in Nigeria was between 2006 and 2008. It started when the then President, Olusegun Obasanjo sent a new Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Bill to the National Assembly for ratification. The Bill wasn’t signed into law until the following year…

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So I’m going to just get right to it. This post is coming from a very annoyed place. As in, very annoyed. So I attended an old friend’s birthday. One of those friends you do not keep in contact with years after high school, but you still keep a faint memory of the good times…

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Clad in a yellow monostrap dress, accentuating my subtle curves, bridesmaid duties seems to bring out the best in me, having been asked by the bride to smile always and have a pleasant demeanour. “Scholastica, you guys should smile and be happy please” “But we are smiling” “Smile like it’s you that’s getting married” “But…

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I do not play the club scene much these days.  For a variety of reasons – the music is usually too loud so you may struggle to hear a chick you are trying to chat up. It is difficult to trying to convey smooth words to convince a baby oku about why she should be…

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Ladies and and gentlemen, art and literary enthusiasts, welcome to Art Stories. Today, we continue with the second part of the Viva Las Gidi project with @88factor. In case you missed the introduction last week, please visit here to catch up. Now, we continue with Ajagajigi, a little tale I wrote inspired by section of 88Factor’s…

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It was another Saturday. But not just any other Saturday, it was the 10th of March! You know what that means, right? *gasp* you don’t?! Party time!!! On the day, the massive space between the main gate and the front door of the Gbadebo’s mansion was home to a large white tent filled with music,…