Single And Sad? Let Me Tell You Why You Shouldn’t Be

Where are all the single ladies? Get in there, let’s have a private discussion. Have you been single for so long and you’re beginning to despise it? Well, it happens to almost everyone. In a few days now, we will… Continue Reading →

Life Has A Wall Clock

So it is 8:29 pm and I am alone in this room. I have just logged out of Facebook in anger, sometimes ehn, the many rubbish you see on these platforms just makes you want to scream. Since there’s nothing… Continue Reading →

…Of Ruins And Desolation

My papa once said it will get better He said this when grief coloured my cheeks Pummelling it frequently ’til they became the colour of our crimson rug   My papa lives in lofty castles Bricked by the flames of… Continue Reading →

Chiebuka Nwosu: Have You Taken Stock Of How January Went?

Hello everyone!! It’s already the end of the month, and like play like play, January seems to have rolled its carpet beneath our feet! Hmmmn Still staring at the calendar and wondering where January went too? Well, take your eyes… Continue Reading →

Oluwadunsin Deinde-Sanya: The Cattle Fulani

The first time my father’s patience was put to test was when Fulani herdsmen raided our village. They had hitherto come often with their cattle marching along like soldiers in parade; their tails hitting their backs frequently as their mouths… Continue Reading →

Oluwadunsin Deinde-Sanya: Never Let Go Of Your Humanity

I’ve been trying to write this article for a very long time, but I wasn’t sure of how to begin. There’s so much to write about, so much I want you to understand, but I wanted to write in a… Continue Reading →

“We Move!!!” My New Year Message To Everyone

It’s 2019, and I’m so excited to welcome you back to The Pen Blog. You might be wondering why I had to write this on the fourth day of January, well, I can bet that you’ve had so many blogs… Continue Reading →

I Will Not Let My Husband Bathe My Daughters – Morayo Brown

Popular TV Program host, Morayo Brown of TVC has come under fire for saying that although she trusts her husband, she cannot let him bathe their daughters.  In her own words; I absolutely trust my husband, but I won’t take… Continue Reading →

The Pen Prose: This Is Our Story

This is our story. It is 3pm. I am bandaging my left ankle, slowly and carefully. I get up and walk to and fro on the cemented floor of this hostel, limping slightly and wincing with every step and I… Continue Reading →

Oluwadunsin Deinde-Sanya – He Is A Thief, But…

A long time ago, I was having one of my many discussions with my sister. We talked about a range of topics and we got talking about women who have husbands that cannot tuck their manhood in their pants for long…. Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why Your New Exercising Habits Are Failing

There’s this joy you get when you learn something new – especially when that thing will be highly beneficial to you. Things like learning a new exercise, letting go of your bad habits, eating healthy and many more come with… Continue Reading →

The Potter, Donkey and Mental Slavery

Here’s a story on mental slavery, written by Segun Awosanya. In a small village, there lived a potter. He had a donkey. Everyday his donkey would carry soil from the field to his house. Since the field was quite far… Continue Reading →

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