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Waka Pass Diaries (The Power Bottom In Me)

July 21 I’ve come to realize something: with the right lover, I could actually be a power bottom. I mean, I suspected this when I was with my last boyfriend,

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The Law School Journal

July 12 Abuja is cold. Not Beyond-the-Wall, you-need-mittens cold. Just colder than Lagos had been. This was one of the first things I liked about this place. Then, there is

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THE COLLEGE CHRONICLES (Episode 3)

Mark kissed me. Or he tried to. He told me he loved me after my dance performance, and I was waiting, wondering if there was more to come. There was.

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THE COLLEGE CHRONICLES (Episode 2)

The Faculty of Arts building was a beehive of activity. I found myself having to shoulder my way through the crowd of people in the building as I made my

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WHILE WE WERE YET KIDS (Part 8)

When I was in boarding school, my set was very significant for a lot of things. We had a great number of rule breakers, bad boys and pretty girls. In

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THE COLLEGE CHRONICLES

After graduating from high school, I got admitted into an Eastern university to study Theatre Arts, a course I didn’t even apply for. This was in 2014. And my friend,

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Waka Pass Diaries (No Shame)

May 23 During my journey of self-ownership, I read something somewhere where it was written: “When you refuse to see the shame in something about you, then you take away

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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS (Chapter Seven)

Chapter 7: One Step Closer I was excited for yet another session, maybe because I would be finally able to put Bode’s issues behind me. SS2 was much tougher class

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The NYSC Diaries (Entry 7)

After the show I put on for Officer Yusuf and the camp commandant, I was something of the camp’s new rave. In a few hours after that display, I was

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HOSTEL CONFESSIONS (Chapter Six)

Chapter 6: The Most Junior Senior Boy Chidera’s and Victor’s situation affected me more than, apparently, it did them. Because after a few weeks, when the whole ruckus had died