Tag "Friendship"

Series (Non-Fiction) 12 Comments

Eez Positive I Positive! I No Kill Person! (Episode 4)

Shey you see NYSC? That thing issa scam! A federal scam! These people carried me to a glorified village that they call a town, and they expected me to survive

Series (Non-Fiction) 8 Comments

THE NEW NORMAL (Friends Like Kilode)

Buzzzzz! It was a WhatsApp message from Theo. It was 6th July 2019 and I’d just found out that I’d have yet another surgery. So I wasn’t in the best

Series (Non-Fiction) 23 Comments

THE COLLEGE CHRONICLES (Episode 6)

WRITER’S WORD: Okay, so far, I had put the homophobes in my lodge in their place. I had helped a friend recover from the scandal of his kito that happened

Our Stories 26 Comments

FIRST LOVE. LAST LOVE?

I am almost 30 years old this day, and I cannot believe how much he still makes me feel like the love-struck boy he got to know years ago. Jonathan

Dear KD 34 Comments

Dear KD: I Am Secretly Dating My Best Friend’s Brother

For a long time, I wanted to bring this issue here to seek advice, because I didn’t want to risk the person I’m concerned about seeing it. But then, he’s

Fiction 24 Comments

FROM RAINBOW TO NOTHING

It had rained earlier and the concrete is cold and slippery as I climb over the bridge and stood on the tiny ledge. A vicious wind blows at me, as

Series (Non-Fiction) 3 Comments

MY NAME IS DIMEJI (Part 2)

Previously on MY NAME IS DIMEJI… * I met Seun on Twitter, and everything happened very fast. I was basically new to being out of the closet in any capacity.

Our Stories 24 Comments

FINDING DIMEJI (PART 3)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * Hold me close and hold me fast, this magic spell you cast, This is La vie en rose. When you kiss me, heaven sighs and

Our Stories 14 Comments

FINDING DIMEJI (PART 2)

Previously on FINDING DIMEJI… * After the awkward experience with his mother, Dimeji and I began to relate freely once again. Weirdly, we grew even closer and practically inseparable following

Our Stories 22 Comments

FINDING DIMEJI

“I don’t know where Dimeji is, sir,” I said in a low tone. It was a lie. “What do you mean by that? Are you not his boyfriend?” Mr. Adeleke