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Tale 12 - “Urban Hunters” by Jesse Jojo Johnson

I woke up for the third time that afternoon. Okyerewaa no longer troubled my sleep: this time I did not dream.

When I opened my eyes, the motor of the ceiling fan had just gone off: the comforting hum was gone as the blades spun to a halt. 1,077 more words


Tale 11 - “Homework” by Andrew Teye

Arms forward stretch. Arms sideways stretch. One logologo line.
Inspection. Neat collar. Clean handkerchief. Let me smell your armpit. White singlet. White socks. Black shoe. 493 more words


Full List of Scolarships for Nigerians 2017 and 2018

Having come across this via a conscious WhatsApp group, we thought this would be useful to share! The following information is originally from the World Scholarship Forum… 102 more words


4am Club

You can’t finish pieces of life like you can a book. There is usually no witty closing line that ties the entire story together, no final dialogue that meshes all loose ends.   896 more words

Young Africans' Education and Job Issues

African Education

Youth workers recognize the challenges in involving young rural women, youth not in school or training, and migrants. Primary education is widespread although often poor quality, but secondary education lags in some areas, especially for girls and young people with disabilities. 3,725 more words

Global Youth Activism

An African Delicacy l love

 Known as Ofe Onugbu in Eastern Nigeria or Ewuro in Western Nigeria.

Particularly in the Igbo-speaking areas, bitter leaf soup occupies a prominent position in the culinary treats of the people. 295 more words

Some Fun Things