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Short Prose: ‘My Friend’ by Chidera Ifechukwu

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Five Successful Nigerians Without University Education
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Five Successful Nigerians Without University Education

There have been claims that success without education, specifically university education is far-fetched. For this reason, Nigerian believe that people who, at least have university degrees, as candidates of success. But is this entirely true? A lo

Seven Lies People Tell You About Introverts -Joshua Oyenigbehin
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Seven Lies People Tell You About Introverts -Joshua Oyenigbehin

Seven Lies People Tell You About Introverts -Joshua Oyenigbehin I remember my stay in the university, and how I was misconstrued for an unhappy person because of my love for quiet, and my frequent avoidance of social events. Not that I did not atten

Do Nigerians Need To ‘Japa’ Before They Succeed?
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Do Nigerians Need To ‘Japa’ Before They Succeed?

DO NIGERIANS HAVE TO 'JAPA' BEFORE THEY RULE THEIR WORLD? Nigerians social media users could not hide their disappointment and astonishment as the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, stated that he was not bothered by the fact that

The Irony Called Nigeria – Joshua Oyenigbehin
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The Irony Called Nigeria – Joshua Oyenigbehin

There is no doubt that Nigeria is big. But there is an argument as to whether Nigeria is simply big for nothing. The massive population seems to be insignificant. Just imagine the fact that Nigerians are killed in South Africa with impunity, the s

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Short Prose: ‘My Friend’ by Chidera Ifechukwu
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Short Prose: ‘My Friend’ by Chidera Ifechukwu

MY FRIEND by Chidera Ifechukwu Something has died. I could feel it; the atmosphere shifting to a damp swampy place occupied by mucus dripping from the wall. My nose felt like it could breathe in the whole surrounding. Something was dead, but I could

Storyteller Of The Week: Amos Tutuola, The Fantansy Storyteller Without Higher Education
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Storyteller Of The Week: Amos Tutuola, The Fantansy Storyteller Without Higher Education

“Storyteller of The Week” is a section of Station Magazine that brings to fore the weekly profiling of great storytellers in various creative endeavors. In order to celebrate great people living or dead who have or are making a difference in Africa s

Shortlist For 2019 Nommo Awards Announced
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Shortlist For 2019 Nommo Awards Announced

The names of the shortlisted for the 2019 Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans have been published. Brittle Paper Reports. The $3,000 Nommo Awards, founded in 2016 by the African Speculative Fiction Society (ASFS), recognise the finest

Short Prose: “A FLING” by Chidera Ifechukwu
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Short Prose: “A FLING” by Chidera Ifechukwu

'A FLING' by Chidera Ifechukwu It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. I couldn’t believe what was happening. Help, Help. I kept shouting until I realized that it was only in my head. They couldn’t hear me. None of them could. I could feel the

Read Chimamanda Adichie Essay About Lagos, “The Home Of Hustle”
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Read Chimamanda Adichie Essay About Lagos, “The Home Of Hustle”

Still Becoming: At Home In Lagos With Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Lagos will not court you. It is a city that is what it is. I have lived part-time in Lagos for 10 years and I complain about it each time I return from my home in the US — its allergy to

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