Fiction With Facts

Fiction/stories that are almost real

3 times 3 (Part 4)

After two days of being together it was unanimous that the trip to the Epe resort was worth it. Chidera didn’t mind that…

3 times 3 (Part 3)

Bellema’s ways were like a plot in a suspense/ who dunnit novel. As the night wore on and the tempo of the music seemed …

3 times 3 (Part 2)

Man 1: JohnMan 2: Chidera Man 3: Lolade “Wait, wait, wait” Bellema said. “Don’t sit down just like that ladies. Let me i…

3 times 3 (Part 1)

Lady 1: Bellema She was what the Naija, call “yellow pawpaw”. Her complexion had been assisted by bleaching creams. She …

Faith and Fate 6

10 years have since passed. Oyin now resides in Ijebu Ode, her home town. She is doing well. She owns a supermarket and …

Faith and Fate 5

Okey listened to his wife’s narration about her run-in with the Landlord and when she was done, he just said ̶…

Faith and Fate 4

“Baba Landlord Sir, the money and key are they for my husband?” The Landlord laughed heartily and said, ”You are one of …


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