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8 BASIC QUESTIONS YOU MUST ASK TO START A BLOG

In 2015, I had only one reason to start a blog. I wanted a place where I could have all of my stuff together. I was thrilled at the idea of blogging not necessarily because I had any knowledge about how it worked, it was just a place to house my stories and have my articles in categories. The best news for me then was that it was free! I didn’t have to pay a dime to start a blog. For...

DEAR FRANCA SERIES: I NEED THERAPY

‘Good morning Franca.’ Dolapo said as she walked briskly behind her boss. They were heading towards Franca’s home office located on the left wing of the duplex where her boss lived. ‘Morning Dolapo. Do we have a letter in the story collection box?’ ‘Yes, ma’am. One came in this morning.’ Franca entered her office and settled into a black high chair...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- SEASON 1 EPISODE 19

Click to read Episode 1 Click to read Episode 18. This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 19 *************** Adesuwa’s baby is beautiful. I wished I was the one sitting with my legs stretched out on the hospital bed, having my child culled up in my bosom, sucking hungrily. Adesuwa looked radiant even though she also seemed tired. The three women – Mama D, Abigail’s mother...

THE DIARY OF NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- EPISODE 18

Click to read Episode 17 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 18 *********** The meeting with my Cornerstone College students was awesome! It went far better than I expected. Come to think of it, a week before the meeting, I didn’t have the balance payment for the hall we were to use. We had only sorted out drinks and snacks.  Every time I went into my place of prayer...

WE MET AGAIN: A SHORT STORY

Last week, I woke up with a feeling that something great was going to happen to me. I couldn’t exactly place what it was going to be, I was just happy. When I got to work, my boss called me into his office. ‘I want you to represent me at the CBS Business Summit. I won’t be able to attend because I have a meeting with one of our big clients.’ I was really excited. Me...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL-SEASON 1 EPISODE 17

Click here to read Episode 1                 Episode 16 I resigned from Pavilion Travel Agency. The night before that happened, I couldn’t sleep until 4a.m. The head of Zion Teens had called earlier with a very depressing news. ‘Yemisi, we are happy that you have decided to serve with us but I must let you know that until you are done with the stipulated trainings and workshops, you’ll only be...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- SEASON 1 EPISODE 16

Read Episode 1   Click to read Episode 15 Mama D’s birthday was on a Tuesday. Since it was a work day, I could not go over to her place. I was surprised when that evening, one of her daughters called to inform me she was in town. She was making plans for a birthday party for Mama and wanted me to invite as many people as I could. Simeon jumped into action when I informed him of the birthday plans...

WHEN GOD RESTRAINS YOU FROM MAKING THAT MOVE

One of the most powerful statements I’ve read came from a title to a blog post by one very amazing blogger. Remain where you heard God last. Those words are heavy, I tell you. For several seconds I couldn’t even click on the link to the post, I just kept staring and pondering on the title. By the way, you should check out Dupe’s blog. She has wonderful contents there. You know, It’s so hard when...

THE DIARY OF A NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN GIRL- SEASON 1 EPISODE 15

Click here to read Episode 14 This is the diary of a Nigerian Christian Girl- Season 1 Episode 15 It was almost 6p.m when I got to Abigail’s house. You won’t believe that from the time I left Simeon’s house to my friend’s place, Festus called me three times. I really tried not to get pissed. The guy didn’t have anything interesting to say. The conversation went in this order; ‘Are you at your...

LOCKDOWN STORIES: A REGULAR DAY IN THE LIFE OF IFE GRACE

We’ve been home for how many weeks now? I still remember the week I stopped going to work. I got hungry every other minute and I stayed in bed for several hours, pressing my phone and rolling from one side of the bed to the other. I was too lazy to do anything productive. This was me the day I left the office basking with such confidence that working from home would be easy. I was so sure I’d be...

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