Dear Brother Arhin, My main man Eugenius, you genius! I salute you Sah. Or should I call you Arrhenius, because you are a scientist, proper! Listen you should hold a masterclass on “how to launch your family into generational wealth in less than two terms” because I think those of us with political aspirations have … Continue reading We Hail You, Sah!
Dear Party Footsoldier, I am sorry. Truly. From the bottom of my heart - yes, the one that you are always causing to overwork because I have always been annoyed by your politics - I ask for your forgiveness. Because, as I write you this letter, my eyes have been opened. When I called … Continue reading We Have Transcended Patriotism Here in Ghana
Note: Here's another pidgin flash fiction story I found from 2017. Adwoa dey pressure me make we born. Everyday I dey hear "I want to be a mother!" for house. I no make set, I dey tell am. "Everyday you no make set!" Always she dey shout put my top. Everyday this woman want dey … Continue reading Making Set
Note: I was clearing out my laptop and discovered a pidgin flash fiction story I wrote in 2017. I hope you enjoy it. We dey stay place where the government no dey care about we. I dey talk stay but the real matter be sey we no dey stay here. Ebe survive we dey survive. … Continue reading Everything Scatter
This story begins with a tweet. Sitting on the terrace of some cafe on Oxford Street, cigarette in one hand, book in the other. Life’s good. That’s how it goes. Ten minutes and no engagements. My phone doesn’t buzz. Fifteen minutes and I get a notification. Betty, she told me her name later, has sent … Continue reading Something on Books & Hearts