INDIGO BY MOLARA WOOD: A REVIEW

A fine mix of comedy and the not so comic occurrences of life, one finds the characters highly relatable. They are the everyday man and woman going through everyday experiences; good, bad and ugly. She amplifies the generally accepted problems of lack, and gives a voice to the not too easy to talk about problems of incest, racism, and the objectifying of the female folk as tools of sexual gratification…

The Drama Called Life

Tis only a grave scene In life’s Act That you missed a step And lost the lap Tis only a grave scene In life’s Act That you fell in love And got the knave Tis only a grave scene In life’s Act That you took a leap And ended in the deep Tis why I…

PROCEDURAL DEFECTS THAT CAN HAVE YOUR CASE THROWN OUT OF COURT

How does one commence proceedings against another in the court of law? Have you ever stopped to ask? Oh yeah, everyone easily threatens, I will sue you! I will sue you! But how do you commence the suing process? Especially against government corporations and agencies. Let’s talk about that today. Note that proceedings here refer…

OGUN OMODE

Because lovers turn strangers And friends turn foes Because age builds a fence  And distance makes a difference, And because life happens Ogun omode o le s’ere f’ogun odun Twenty kids don’t play for twenty years