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BEFFTA Blog of the Year – Winner

October 31, 2016 // 1 Comment

My gratitude knows absolutely no bounds. I won; we won.   I woke up at about 0500hours (GMT+1) on Saturday, 29th October 2016 – and shortly after, learned that [...]

Erobot on Trial: Whirlwind And War

October 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

Not even the passing of three weeks helped me make any sense out of Yemisi’s recriminations. I would wake up after each overdose of my medications, with water gushing from [...]

Erobot on Trial: Breakups And Catfights

October 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

We broke up silly nasty. It happened in what Lagosians would call a roforofo fight; a shameless display by adults – people-who were old enough to know better, act better. [...]

Erobot on Trial: For the Love of Egusi

October 3, 2016 // 2 Comments

Iya Bukky’s shop is literally opposite the gate of my house. She knows I have been ill since last Friday. She has even complained about my weight loss. I haven’t been [...]

Erobot on Trial: The Series So Far …

September 26, 2016 // 0 Comments

If you’ve been following the serialised, true story – EROBOT ON TRIAL – published on Mondays, 0600hours Abuja time … try not to panic. In keeping with our publishing [...]

Erobot on Trial: When Angels Cry

September 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

up had never felt so easy. I didn’t know why these things were suddenly happening to me, and in such quick succession. How was I to cope? From where would I get money for [...]

Erobot On Trial: When Hell Breaks

September 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

“We will hold three days vigil in your house, then the remaining four days in my house,” was Pastor Adeleke’s first statement after asking me numerous [...]

Erobot On Trial: Salons and Scenes

September 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

Living comfortably on your own as a single lady is a crime in Nigeria. How dare you live alone? If circumstances compel you to, society expects your highest aspiration to be [...]

Erobot On Trial: Witches and Mrs

August 29, 2016 // 1 Comment

The thing about a trip to a Nigerian salon is that it can be exhausting, on every level. “This is one of the reasons I like this aunty,” Iya Mistura, the [...]
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