Kito Stories

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 11)

FOREWORD: You guys remember Unoma, right? Well, she has an ongoing literary project that concerns the Nigerian LGBTI community, one she wants us to be a part of. It’s a

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 10)

It was all the hair on his person that attracted me to Bala first. He had a full head of hair, and sprinkles of it all over his arms and

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 9)

I live in the ancient city of Benin. And this is my kito…or rather, near–kito story. It occurred (or almost occurred) right after my Post–UTME exams. I am sure a

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A Kito Story Gone Wrong . . . Or Right

It depresses me when I read kito stories of brothers who are bashed, battered, robbed and extorted by unscrupulous human beings whose final resting place is as much in hell

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 8)

My name is Lexy, I am in my mid–twenties and I live in the Oil City of Port Harcourt. And this is my Kito Story. I have over the last

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 7)

“Hello… Hey, Gabby, what’s up… For real? Kelvin is coming into town? How long will he be here for? … Ok, no wahala… I am coming, I’m coming…” And then

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Two Kito Stories In One (A Sallah Special)

Hi, I’m Lanre, and the following stories are real life, narrations that serve as a much needed bonus in this kito-ridden Nigeria of ours, to remind us to keep our

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 6)

It was sometime towards the end of May, 2013. My birthday was a few days away. I was home, done with school, awaiting the next stage of my life with

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 5)

Hi, I’m Woody, and I have a kito story to tell. My story is the kind you don’t wish on your friends, and sometimes, not even your enemies. It’s a

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HIS KITO STORY (EDITION 4)

My story starts after my graduation from the university. I was waiting to go on NYSC, and in the meantime, I decided to go visit an aunt in Lagos. During