(An In-House Review of the Touch of Spice competition – personal views of course!) What?! I didn’t know that ‘Naija’s Got Talent’ like this! Pay a person’s price and you would be shocked at what the person would present. I’m sure when...―
Keseima added a touch of spice to the pot of goat meat pepper-soup. She tasted it and smiled to herself, her mother-in-law would love it. She brought it off the fire and put a small pot of rice on, the smoke brought tears to her eyes but ...―
Her richly Swarovski embroidered Abaya was flowing as she was walking towards the aircraft , a beautiful matching pink matching raw silk turban hiding her hair . Her eyes were hidden behind Chopard spectacles embellished with yellow , pink &...―
Ene’s heart skipped many beats, as she opened the small box containing the three letters she had received from Oche. Tears rolled down her face, as she read through the first letter… Ditto… Sweetheart, I believe you are fine. We had a rough ...―
Tonye became our fourth house boy in four weeks courtesy of my rich cantankerous mother. I don’t know wether or not I should term mama a perfectionist because when she wanted to be cruel her cruelty saw no bounds, and then, I was on the...―
Throughout her time in New York, Ada never forgot the guy that had kissed her at the party. She could still remember his well sculptured face and his haunting eyes; piercing eyes that seemed to have their own touch. How could she forget such a...―
Richard was munching the hotdog and sipping from the chilled juice drink Sophie brought him. “So tell me, now that you’re fully recuperated, where were you coming from the night you were attacked?” Sophie inquired as he devoured ...―
Tola reclined in his seat, hands clasped against each other as he let his eyes roam the entire length of his roomy office. He felt like a stranger behind this huge mahogany table that shone from the constant burnishing of Steve, his office ...―
I had always wondered what it would be like to have an affair, and even spent a lot of time fantasizing about it. I never planned on actually doing it, being a happily married man and all, but felt it did not hurt to let my mind play over the idea. ...―
Dearest Mikki, I still remember the day you came. The doorbell rang – two short rings and a longer one, I rushed down the stairs with a ready hug for daddy. I flung myself at him and he lifted me up and planted a kiss on my lips before putting me...―
Strong, dusty, yellow winds broke into the famous cold and creaky cathedral of the Mambila Baptist Convention in a remote town called Nguroje where I was born. The windows blew in and creaked badly in protest of the winds as they flushed in,...―
Currently around a half of organizations ranging in size from SMEs to large multinationals ...
∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...