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Denim Diary: My Most Worn Style of Jeans Jan 8, 2023 Series & Style I love a good pair of jeans. Apart from them being versatile and practical, they are excellent failproof. You can dress them up or wear them Hairline of Mistrust: Part Five Feb 4, 2020 Hairline of Mistrust & Series & Fiction I didn’t know whether to be comforted by that or not. I sniffed. I wasn’t ready for goodbye, not now or ever. I didn’t go out of my way for us to The New Normal Feb 1, 2020 Zinny's Day Book & Series & Stories My mom called me several times earlier today while I was at work. Although I didn’t have time to go through my phone at the office because I had a Hairline of Mistrust: Part Four Jan 28, 2020 Hairline of Mistrust & Series & Fiction I met Liv at a tech seminar in Abuja, where I was one of the guest speakers. She approached me, complimented me on my brief speech, talked about Hairline of Mistrust: Part Three Jan 21, 2020 Hairline of Mistrust & Stories & Series & Fiction I could see the pain he had tried to make blank in his eyes, hear the hurt in his voice. I remembered the first time I met Laurette. She was every Hairline of Mistrust: Part Two Jan 14, 2020 Hairline of Mistrust & Series & Fiction I was weary. I wanted us back, too. But I wasn’t sure if we would still be us or if things would remain the same. Liv had tried and failed to Hairline of Mistrust: Part One Jan 7, 2020 Hairline of Mistrust & Series & Fiction He was different in a way that said he was doing well. He looked yummy in his plain grey t-shirt and blue jeans - simplicity has always been his Waiting on Kamharida: Chapter Two Jun 29, 2019 Waiting on Kamharida & Series “Mom, come see! We’ve a new neighbour!” Jamal was ecstatic as he beckoned her with a wave of his hand. Ozaram and Deziri, who were seeing a movie, The Wait Jun 17, 2019 Series & Stories “Zorah, my dear, when you say you dey go camp again?” her mother asked as they feasted to a bowl of boiled rice, stew with eggs. “Mommy, I never get Waiting on Kamharida: Chapter One Jun 12, 2019 Waiting on Kamharida & Series “Are we there yet?” Jamalumchi, Kamharida’s nine-year-old son fussing in his seat, asked her. “Are we there yet?” Ozaram, his immediate elder Log: Taking Responsibility May 4, 2018 Zinny's Day Book & Series One thing I learned growing up was how responsibility is synonymous with maturity and how it is one of the few qualities that distinguish an Log: Moving Out Feb 17, 2018 Zinny's Day Book & Series I moved out of my parent’s house over a week ago - It is a six-bedroom apartment with a balcony on the outskirts of Lagos. Moving out from my Log: First Day, New Entry Jan 1, 2018 Zinny's Day Book & Series Today is January 01 2018, the first time (hopefully not the last) I am doing this. While cleaning my parent’s room, I found one of my dad’s