Inside Anointing by Chidera Duru

You could ask any member of Our Savior Ministry and they would tell you there was nothing Bro Silas could not do. Whether it was to raise the dead, heal the sick or make the blind see, Bro Silas lived up to his reputation. He simply had a healing hand. This was how Mummy’s friend, Aunty Chichi, introduced Our Savior Ministry to us on that … Continue reading Inside Anointing by Chidera Duru

Caught Pants Down by Chioma Agbaraka

​ Gift tapped tentatively on the door. “Who is there?” “It is me, open the door.” Gift replied with smiles on hearing Chris’s voice. Chris opened the door and stood staring at her, so shocked at the surprise visit. He had expected the usual call as she had never come to see him uninvited before. Gift stood by the door wondering what was going on, … Continue reading Caught Pants Down by Chioma Agbaraka

Fiction Fiesta: Violated … by Uju Christie Okoye

At exactly 9.30pm, David and his wife had gone to bed when they heard some noise at their door: a strange unfamiliar voice commanding them to open the door or he would lose his temper on them. They were terrified! Shivering with fear, they clung to each other , unable to decide whether to open the door or expect the unexpected. Before they could decide … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Violated … by Uju Christie Okoye

Your New Husband by Dera Duru

  You did not tell your boyfriend that you were getting married. So when your phone rings on your wedding night and his name and picture appear on your phone’s screen, you do not pick the call. It continues to ring, this iphone with its delicate features, with his face on the screen; his reddish lips glowing redder. You do not pick. Your husband stands … Continue reading Your New Husband by Dera Duru

My Husband’s Brother by Karo Oforofuo

“Tradition demands that in the absence of you husband, one of us must become your husband.” Uncle John’s voice rang in my head. The type of things we women are subjected to all in the name of tradition, is baffling. Who was I going to be wife to?” uncle John, my late husband’s eldest brother who happens to be in his mid-sixties? Or the other … Continue reading My Husband’s Brother by Karo Oforofuo

Basis for Love (2): Mama Don Die… By Sinmisola Ogunyinka @sinmisolaog

​ ​ Aaron Ezekiel returned a while later with David, and they walked into the boss’ office without sparing me an extra glance. The receptionist and the others came back, and I slid into my back office. I couldn’t pray Aaron would not come after me. He had, those eight years ago. I had resisted him then, and my only prayer now was the wisdom … Continue reading Basis for Love (2): Mama Don Die… By Sinmisola Ogunyinka @sinmisolaog

Consequences … By Olubukola Adekusibe 

Fadeke arrived Lagos at 1p.m and took a cab straight home. She had cried enough. Tears weren’t going to change the situation. She needed to think of the next step. Her life was going to take a different course and she needed to think. The one she loved had rejected her and the only person she could turn to now at this time of need … Continue reading Consequences … By Olubukola Adekusibe 

Basis For Love (1): Haunted by the Past… by Sinmisola Ogunyinka 

​ “Who big man epp?” “Abegi, Mama don die.” I laughed. My older sister and only sibling never ceased to amuse me. “Client dey come. I go call you.” She made a comment about the rich man offering to improve her hairdressing business in exchange for an affair. “E don baff? Abegi!” We both laughed. “Make I call you back.” I hung up. Salome was … Continue reading Basis For Love (1): Haunted by the Past… by Sinmisola Ogunyinka 

One Erotic Dinner by @funmie_adebayo

Originally posted on MakeADreamNG.com:
Adebimpe pulled over at Ikeja City Mall and stepped out of her Mercedes Benz Jeep in a skimpy pink flowery hip dress and a thick pair of black leggings. She picked up her hand bag, locked up and cat-walked gracefully across the spacious car park. It was a cloudy Sunday afternoon, and a fresh cool breeze slapped her pretty face… Continue reading One Erotic Dinner by @funmie_adebayo

The Height of Deceit … By Olubukola Adekusibe

​ ​ ​ Fadeke touched down in Abuja at 7.45a.m. She changed her itinerary at the last minute and decided to take the second flight into Abuja. She knew Chinedu wasn’t expecting her until 2p.m but she wanted to give him a surprise. She had called him two nights earlier and he had confirmed that he would be leaving home at 9.00a.m. Since it was … Continue reading The Height of Deceit … By Olubukola Adekusibe