Surviving These Times

If you lose your parents early in life, without them tidying up the simplest and complex details of life that’d impact on you negatively or positively, without them helping you to navigate the murky waters of life to a great extent, to […]

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Mr Banji, One Year On

One thing about sorrow is the fact that it never goes away. Its something very dark that tugs at your heart everyday or moment of your life. . The past one year since Mr Banji left has been a roller coaster experience […]

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Weekend Chronicles

On the day of my father’s burial, we were made to sit round the casket. As much as I tried to avoid seeing his face, I couldn’t avoid it much each time we had to stand up throughout the service of songs […]

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Who Will Fill This Void?

My Dearest Dad, . I have missed you greatly. I haven’t gotten over the fact that you are no more. It’s so lonely here without you. . Sometimes it looks like a bad dream which I will still wake up from. I […]

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When Life Happens…..Part 2

I stood under the bridge waiting for the bus. Bus arrived almost 30mins late. I stepped in, only to see a familiar face. . “Mr Bello, how are you?” I said, beaming with a forced smile. “Haaa, so good to see you.” […]

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Just the way the cookie crumbles…

48hours ago….Saturday Morning . I was with little brother in dad’s house where he has been staying for the duration of his court attachment. Little brother isn’t little in the real sense of the word. He’s a giant of a man, in […]

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