While it is true that everyone has a collection of cringe worthy experiences, it is also true that some, like myself, have more than their fair share of memories which induce an involuntary YEECCCH reaction, and make my whole being quiver with disgust.
Some memories are unforgettable, ever vivid and heartwarming. While some are things you wish never happened because of the dents and scars left within.
Whenever I hear the name Mimi, her face becomes the first thing that comes to my mind. When I think about her, it takes me back to my first journey to Ilorin; back to our very first encounter and our last.
On one rainy September morning, I saw the couple who moved in just across my street for the first time. I could still remember that day very clearly; because it was the day, I became a widower.
Legend has it that prince Ozuigbo was a mystery, an enigma, an incredible being, one who wears multiple and inexplicable personalities. Call him a god, you are dead right.
Holes Within by Enyo Dinta is a didactic tale about the sad realities of the girl child and the society— touching and compelling — told by a budding master tale-teller, with very simplified and picturesque diction.