Oh! Africa my motherland,

Full of attributes that simplifies better life,

A place where I call home,

Where good characters are sown.

Bestowed with beautiful nature,

Occupied with awesome creatures,

Which cannot be overlooked,

Like the front page of a written book.

Continue reading TAKE ME TO AFRICA



ÈKÓ, who exactly are you? You accepted the traditionals trying to appealing to their gods never to lie again in their life, 

You even accepted the amen, halleluya and even the “astagafullahi”. 

You are free to go, you are free to come, 

Just make sure you follow the rules & regulations and let your hand be pure.  Continue reading ÈKÓ (LAGOS) 

Nigeria literary icon BUCHI EMECHETA dies @age 72 in London 

“the first book I wrote was The Bride Price which was a romantic book, but my husband burnt the book when he saw it. I was the typical African woman, I’d done this privately, I wanted him to look at it, approve it and he said he wouldn’t read it. And later he burnt the book and I think by that time this urge to write had become more important to me than he realised, and that was the day I said I’m going to leave this marriage and he said “what for, that stupid book” and I said “I just feel you just burn my child” Continue reading Nigeria literary icon BUCHI EMECHETA dies @age 72 in London