A Night of Error

by Taiwo Gbéolúwaga Akóredé‎

The night was covered with darkness. No light anywhere apart from the light from my torch. Around the compound, I moved. My heart was beating fast. I had heard stories of children that were kidnapped through cries and sounds. My fear increased. I couldn’t go back. I was desperate to see where the sound came from.

The Creator

by Vivian Dindu Esimoleze

I wanted to lie. To let him know I’m not the one so I could know why he asked the question. But he shut me up with words that froze me that moment, the words that were too surreal to be real. He kept repeating them as he left my side.

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