You know how when you are about to buy a second-hand product – like a phone or a TV – you ask the seller what’s wrong with it (because the assumption in Nigeria is that nobody ever wants to sell something that still works fine, not even, I don’t know, if the person just wants to raise money to buy something better). 1,215 more words
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An old schoolfriend of mine lives in Beckton, east London, and I spent the evening at his flat. We caught up on crucial news and played Human Fall Flat, a game I impulse-bought in Seoul after watching some people on Korean television playing it, and laughing a lot. 610 more words
The next day, on Kelta’s Anne daily routine, the bus was busy…which was out of her routine.
It seemed filled to the rim with young and old business people, regulars like her of course, and the teenager that kept grabbing her attention and inquisitive thoughts. 329 more words