I dragged my feet as I slowly made my way to the front door of Femi’s house from my car. … More
“No” “No?” “Yes, No!” “But why?” “Because I can say so.” “Well, that’s just mean.” I folded my arms as … More
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I hate my car. I think I hate my life right now too, but I’ll settle for hating my car … More
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I should probably introduce myself before I launch into this sordid tale of rivalry, love, and family. Hi readers, my … More
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Something hit my leg and brought me out of my reverie. It was a soccer ball, being chased by a group of half-naked kids. Their feet were spattered with mud but the happiness and innocence on their faces was what caught my attention.
“He’s competing against the likes of Chief Ikenna and the current Governor.”
“So, people would rather vote for chief Ikenna, someone who has served them for eight years in the senate with nothing to show for it, or reinstate a governor that has spent the past four years squandering their resources?” I was irritated at that moment.
He chuckled silently. “That’s the power of money my dear.”