Book Title: Daughters Who Walk This Path Author’s Name: Yejide Kilanko Genre: Fiction Year of Publication: Published in 2014 by Kachifo Limited under its Farafina Imprint. ISBN: 978-978-52058-5-5 Number of Pages: 315 BLURB Spirited and Intelligent, Morayo grows up surronded by school friends and family in Ibadan. There is Eniayo, her adoring little sister- for […]
Fine Boys is the first book I’ve doled out money to buy, without even bothering to read the synopsis, or reviews. The book title “Fine Boys”, was the major clincher. Thankfully, the book proved to be as interesting as most of the fine boys I’ve met in my life. I absolutely loved the storyline. Ewaen’s […]
Did you know that up until as recently as 7 years ago, married Nigerian women were required to have a letter of consent from their husbands before they could be issued a Nigerian passport? I bet you didn’t know that up until 2009, Nigerian married were classified alongside with minors by the government as persons […]
So I came back online last night to see that Omoyele Sowore(my darling Sowore) has been trending for the past 48 hours. I say my darling Sowore because of all the new breed Presidential aspirants abi na candidates that the #NotTooYoungToRun bill has ushered in, there are just two of them whom I will gladly […]
Salute mes amies. So I’m officially done reading Season of Crimson Blossoms, and in the words of Veronique Tadjo the author of As the Crow flies, it is “A haunting story of forbidden love trying to survive in the midst of social and political violence; of obligation versus personal freedom: of desire and death. I […]
The much anticipated African Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA), held last night Saturday, September 1st at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos. It was a star-studded event, and all our fave celebrities brought their A game on, slaying the red carpets with their glamorous outfits. I’m sure you must have seen some pictures of what […]
Fellow Nigerians, It’s 6:45am, on Monday the 27th of August, in the year of our Lord 2018. It is too early in the morning and week to rant, but rant I will. See ehn, If you call someone and the person asks who you are, “My name is …. .” or “I am ….” is […]
Hi, My name is Solape. I like to think of myself as a Common Sense Activist.
I write about stereotypes and trending issues. That is to say that I write about all the things that concern me, and all the things that do not even remotely concern me in the least bit. Afterall, I'm a Nigerian and minding my own business is a totally foreign concept to me.
Please make yourself comfortable, you are in absolutely good hands.