Of late, I have read a lot of real life experiences of rape. Some victims were adults already when it happened. Others were just kids. the worse part is, rape has become rampant. The little kids are the most vulnerable victims. Unfortunately, even while these stories are shared, for the sake of creating awareness, a lot of rape activities are still ongoing and a lot … Continue reading Prevent Another Rape Incident With These Dos And Don’ts – Karo Oforofuo @karooforofuo
“Hey! How are you?” he smiled broadly. “I am fine. Good afternoon sir.” I respond. His body build is athletic. He is tall, a little on the fair side. Grey patches in his beards and hair however, reveal that he is not a small boy. I could say he is well into his forties or early fifties. “Where are you off to?” he asked, coming … Continue reading Out And About With Karo Oforofuo: Marriage, Sex And Tradition
This is from me to you! Promo ends by popular demand, TOMORROW! We have a lot to be grateful for, and I love the tradition of giving during Thanksgiving. This is why I have chosen to bring back my #BUMBOOthon for this season too. #BUMBOOthon simply means Buy My Book On Okadabooks Marathon. It’s a beautiful concept I love and it keeps me focused on … Continue reading Enjoy Big Promo On My Books This Thanksgiving! – Sinmisola Ogunyinka @sinmisolaog
Click here for the previous Chapter… Saturday morning was a beehive of activities at the palace. It was the day set aside for Izogie’s oronmwen. The elders were beginning to gather, women came from far and near to help with food preparations, while the youths swept and arranged the venue. However, the morning met Pawo grinding vegetables in her kitchen. Smoke rose from underneath the … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter Two) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)
Aha! There’s this Nigerian startup called Wesabi that you need to know about. Wesabi was born from a personal problem encountered by project manager Sanni Murtala. Sanni talks about it almost all the time. I was one of the lucky ones that watched him pitch Wesabi at the Co-Creation hub Yaba a few months back. “I had just moved to a new suburb and it … Continue reading Startups: Sanni Murtala talks Wesabi, Artisans and Plans for Nigeria – Magnus Okeke (@iammagnus1)
Please click here for the story so far. Mimi ran to the back of her grandmother’s compound, her chubby frame covered with sand. “Mam-ma! Come and eat.” She carried her sand food to Mama, served on fresh green leaves. Mama looked up from sieving raw pap. “What did you cook?” “Eba and vegetable soup.” The four-year old beamed. “Taste.” She took a … Continue reading TANGO- Cold Revenge… (Demi Duru Series) by @Sinmisolaog
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)
So the recession is real and you think your dream is no longer possible? Well, there are hundreds of Nigerians still soaring in their chosen endeavors regardless. It’s been rough. It’s been tough. Yet today, they are still standing. So how do they survive? Therefore, from this November we live out this part of our dream (that’s basically why we are here) by telling you real … Continue reading Introducing Our Close Up Sessions: Real Stories. Extraordinary Feats. Courageous People.
This is how we welcome you to November- With all our communication lines wide open!!! At about two fantastic months into operations, we know it’s high time and we are glad to make our line public. In other words, we are no longer miles apart but just a touch screen tap and a mouse click away! Please reach us on the following channels : Email … Continue reading And This Is How We Welcome You To November: Our Communication Lines Are Here!!!
“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