Fables

Dreams are usually slightly altered memories or a series of visions created by our imaginations. Watch this space for altered versions of Nigerian History and current affairs and also great fiction stories, all for your entertainment. – Omon

Do Policemen Have the Right to Forgive us?

  “Return your hand o Dupe, u don almost jam that car ” Baba Taju, my fathers personal driver and self acclaimed driving expert was at it again. Ever since I completed my driving lessons and started driving a year ago, he had seized every opportunity to teach me...

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The Script IV

Jabi lake was unusually empty for a Saturday evening. It should have been bristling with activities and occupied by people who came to exercise, hawkers who came to trade and youths who used it as a hookup spot for first time meetings with their social media friends, but instead,...

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The Script III

  The Nyanya General Hospital mortuary was in complete silence. It had been almost five minutes since the third corpse identified itself as Amina, a fellow demigod from the great beyond but Moremi still couldn’t decide whether to share her plans with the uninvited guest or send the demigod...

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The Script II

…The gatekeepers -the powerful beings in charge of managing the boundary between earth and the great beyond-were terribly busy; and according to Jaja, there would never be a better opportunity for an escape to earth. So far, he had been right about everything else-the secret path to the boundary...

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The Script

Hey guys, welcome to fables. Its Omon here and today I will be starting a short mythical series based on past Nigerian heroes and current issues awa naija is facing. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section and share the story on your social networks.Enjoy.************************************...

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Death and MKO Abiola

  Before I ever truly lived, I had died numerous times. My grandmother, while rejoicing at the birth of her first son, had made a binding promise to the gods of the land, offering them his eternal service from the day he turned eighteen. Eventually, my father-her only son,...

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THE Coup

  8:05am || Friday 13th February, 1976. Lieutenant General Oluwaseun Onabanjo was running late. His boss, the military head of state was already on his way to Dodan barracks to prepare for the weekly progress briefing at 9:00am but Seun, the Chief of Army staff, was still in bed.

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