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Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VIII

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VIII

Start from Season I Episode I Read all previous episodes Read the last episode Rain wanted to go out and see the city at night, but Chief Edozie said he didn’t feel up to it. He told her he’d rather stay in, order room service and enjoy a quiet evening with her. He also told her he was tired and that he knew for certain they’d run into someone from home if they ventured out to a bar, restaurant or…

Karimot  Reviews Yejide Kilanko’s Daughters Who Walked This Path

Karimot Reviews Yejide Kilanko’s Daughters Who Walked This Path

When the lives of two women from different generations take the same path, the one that navigated the path earlier stretches out her hands to the younger one. This book mirrors the lives of different African women and how society accepts or rejects them as they come to terms with their identity. Yejide Kilanko talks about a young girl, Morayo, who grew up in modern-day Ibadan. The book takes readers through the life of the main character – Morayo –…

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VII

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VII

Start from Season I Episode I Read all previous episodes Read the last episode “Hey Pops, sorry I missed your call. It’s been incredibly difficult getting a hold of you these days though. What have you been up to?” It was a Saturday and Shata had spent the morning playing football with the feeder team of Bayelsa United. He met the players when he went to workout at the Samson Siasia Sports Complex because Elder Iniebong told him it was…

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VI

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode VI

Start from Season I Episode I Read all previous episodes Read the last episode “I know I was the one that asked you to hold on, but with the way things are going and how far I have gone with the arrangement of the other things we need for the final ritual, I think we are ready to bring in the last and most important item from the list of requirements I discussed with you in Yenagoa.” “The girl?” “Yes,…

Michael Afenfia: Breakfast With Governor Ayade

Michael Afenfia: Breakfast with Governor Ayade

This stay at home order is doing a number on me. Honestly, it got me imagining things on the regular and my already creative mind is on overdrive. As if it didn’t paint enough mental pictures and make-believe scenarios before the lockdown, now the juices flow unabated and I see a story in everything. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, I even imagine the conversation my neighbour’s dogs are having in their house. Let me tell you what happened this…

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode V

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode V

Start from Season I Episode I Read all previous episodes Read the last episode Rain sat at the back of the church because she was late. She was late because she couldn’t make up her mind whether or not to attend the funeral service of the man that could be her biological father. She was late because she wasn’t sure if somehow, she had a hand in his death when she decided to go on a dirt-gathering expedition against him.…

MC Monica – For The Love Of Comedy

MC Monica – For the love of Comedy

Born 10th of September 1993 in the industrial town of Nnewi, Anambra State, my 27-year-old pick of the week is the last of eight children. His bricklayer father and hardworking mother are staunch Christians who taught their children the virtues of honesty, discipline, and kindness. He attended St. Stephen Model Nursery and Primary schools in Nnewi before heading to Okongwu Memorial Grammar School also in Nnewi, where he sat for his senior secondary school certificate examination. He passed with flying…

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode IV

Rain Can Never Know – Season II, Episode IV

Start from Season I Episode I Read all previous episodes Read the last episode Ohita let go of her husband’s hand so she could drop her offering and building fund donations into the special basket brought to those of them in the front row. It was the area of the church reserved for the officiating pastor and his wife, dignitaries, immediate family members of the deceased and some Nollywood faces. She pretended not to notice that the pretty female usher…