Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter One) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

  Click here for the story so far: The night air was icy cold. The moon hid behind a moving curtain of thick dark clouds as the heavens opened and poured down, heavily. Thunders rolled and lightening flashed across the sky, striking down several trees within its reach. The wet cold night was silent, save for the heavy rain and the distant howling of hounds … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter One) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

Dear Mary – Please Don’t Get Married Out Of Pity – Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

​​ She Made The First Move, He Got Her Pregnant, now He Wants To Marry Her Out Of Pity I came across this headline on Nairaland.com homepage this morning. On a normal day, I wouldn’t read through. But I just had to because in a way, what happened to this dear lady would have happened to me. Thank God for self restraint. She loved the … Continue reading Dear Mary – Please Don’t Get Married Out Of Pity – Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)

You Won’t Know How True These Words Are, Until You Experience Both sides by Karo Oforofuo

​ “Nobody hates you. They only hate your lack and limitations.” You won’t know how true those words are until you experience both sides, either by observing or personal experience. Read below. * Have you ever noticed how, as a nobody, you find it hard to get offers? * Have you ever noticed that when you approach certain people with ideas (people capable of helping … Continue reading You Won’t Know How True These Words Are, Until You Experience Both sides by Karo Oforofuo

Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Prologue) by Karo Oforofuo  @KaroOforofuo 

 ​ “In the beginning of the world, there was no land. Only water covered the earth. The Binis say there was a tree in the middle of the water and on top of it, Owonwon, the toucan, resided. They also say the creator, Osanobua, had other plans for the earth. But first, he wanted it populated. To do so, he gave his three sons special … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Prologue) by Karo Oforofuo  @KaroOforofuo 

5 Disadvantages of Watching Telemundo by @KaroOforofuo 

Telemundo is a cable channel that engages in producing and airing wonderful soaps. With Telemundo, you actually feel the action, intrigue, suspense, romance, love, hatred … etc. You feel Telemundo movies like you’re one of the characters. It is a romance novel acted out perfectly. Unfortunately, a lot of our youngsters, especially teenagers, confuse reality with movies. They expect the love they see in Telemundo … Continue reading 5 Disadvantages of Watching Telemundo by @KaroOforofuo 

Genevieve Wore No Make-Up. So What? By @KaroOforofuo 

​So I strolled into Nairaland yesterday evening and saw this: “Genevieve Nnaji shares NO-MAKE UP Pic, gets ugly reaction from some Fans. Genevieve is beautiful. She has always been beautiful with or without make-up. So I really wondered why fans were reacting negatively. I visited the thread and read the ugly reactions. Some encouraged her, a few praised her, some called her sick and some said … Continue reading Genevieve Wore No Make-Up. So What? By @KaroOforofuo 

Mark Zukerberg’s Visit – See My Best Comments From Nigerians by @KaroOforofuo 

      So Facebook founder, Mark Zukerberg, landed Nigeria yesterday. Yes, his first stop was Cc Hub, Yaba. But what shook Nigerians was the fact that he decided to take a stroll in the streets of Lagos, without security details. (Though I’m sure the white guys behind could be part of his security details, watching and protecting him from a distance). Then again, he … Continue reading Mark Zukerberg’s Visit – See My Best Comments From Nigerians by @KaroOforofuo 

What Is It With Evil Fathers And Defenseless Daughters These Days? by Karo Oforofuo 

​ ​ I first saw the headline – Man Uses Hot Iron To Burn His Daughter’s Eyes and Private Parts I frowned. What’s it with fathers dashing out inhumane punishment to daughters these days? Flogging them mercilessly and inflicting Terrible injuries on them? I was boiling when I clicked the link. The deed had been done. I was mostly interested in reading that the so … Continue reading What Is It With Evil Fathers And Defenseless Daughters These Days? by Karo Oforofuo 

Introducing Around And About With Karo Oforofuo

​ Hey Fam, join me for an exciting look at societal issues as they affect lives around the world. Never miss an update by me.  Please click here to follow MakeADreamng on  – Facebook,  –  Twitter  – Instagram Please bookmark my short link bit.ly/Dreams_Karo_Oforofuo to view all my posts and for timely updates by me.  And we could promote your business and services for free. … Continue reading Introducing Around And About With Karo Oforofuo

In And Out With Karo Oforofuo: African Fantasy Fiction At It’s Peak

as sew Title: Meji (Book 1) Author: Milton Davis Genre: Fantasy/Adventure Setting: Precolonial Africa (Life of Africans and their empires before the scourge of the transatlantic slave trade and colonization) Bookshop: Okadabooks.com Synopsis: The story opens with Inkosi Dingane (king of the Sesu tribe) pacing the birthing hut. His great wife, Shani, was in pains, screaming and cursing as she laboured. Her legs ajar and … Continue reading In And Out With Karo Oforofuo: African Fantasy Fiction At It’s Peak