False gods #8

False gods

Read Also: False gods #7 Chapter 8 : The Good Witch (Finale) “Son, the greatest trick the Devil pulled was convincing the world there was only one of him.” – David Wong My soul was pierced and I contemplated taking the easy way out. Death seemed to be the only possible end to this misery, at least […]

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False gods #7

False gods

Read Also: False gods #6 Chapter 7 : Blood on the Leaves I tried to scream, but my entire being was stricken. I muffled as I could feel a peppery implosion in my chest, “my Nkem is gone?” This had to be me having one of my marijuana-induced hallucinations, yet it refused to leave. That bold […]

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False gods #6

False gods

Read Also: False gods #5 Chapter 6 : It All Falls Down Two months into my veiled affair with Nkem, the sex seemed to be all we enjoyed. For a girl her size, her agility is Wonder Woman-esque. She was a school girl who truly didn’t need school, she just wanted money and not education; her […]

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False gods #5

False gods

Read Also: False gods #4 Chapter 5 : Brutus, Judas, Me It had rained through the morning so, as Lekki would have it, my Porsche now turned submarine, I was on my way to pick Pastor Winnerman up for his regular weekend “rendezvous with Jesus” played by Nkem. Pastor called her “my cup runneth over” for good […]

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Nigeria: Is our Religious Morality failing us?

Nigeria: Is our Religious Morality failing us?

Why be moral? This is an age-old philosophical question that has varying answers by school of thought. But for Nigerians, the answer is unequivocal — God. A Pew Research Global Attitudes report shows that 91% of Nigerians think that belief in God is essential to be moral. That’s only 8% lower than our good friends […]

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