“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
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
Africa is our continent. Nigeria is our home. In this time of dwindling economy, fallen naira and severe hardship, everyone wants a way out of the country. I do too. Lol. But the question I ask myself is this. “Has running away done more harm than good? Especially for the married couples?” I have been talking with a very good friend of mine, about life … Continue reading Out and About With Karo Oforofuo: Travel Abroad – Is It a Charm That Wrecks Homes?