• Shurlar's Diary

    YARD PEOPLE

    Saturdays are for Owambe’s, but in my yard, Saturdays are for drama. Never have I ever been in a more drama prone environment like my current yard. Omo, this awa yard na hin dey suppose dey call ‘Fuji House of…

  • Everything good will come
    REVIEWS

    EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME -A REVIEW

    “Tell him I said A da! It will be good. Everything good will come to me.” Divided into three very unequal parts, Everything good will come is a funny, witty and interesting novel written with a strong feminist slant. Coming…

  • REVIEWS

    MOVIE REVIEW: LARA AND THE BEAT

    ‘Lara and the Beat’ is a Good movie, as opposed to being an outstanding one. It is by no means exceptional, as it doesn’t quite live up to the hype. I certainly expected more. Synopsis:┬áLara and the Beat is a…

  • Shurlar's Diary

    PETTY AF!

    A couple of my colleleagues and I were mandated to attend a seminar at the Umaru Musa Yaradu’a centre, in Central Area, Abuja earlier today. Unfortunately, our company secretary forgot to confirm our attendance and so there was no RSVP…

  • Random Musings

    WHO IS A FEMINIST?

    Who is a feminist? What does feminism mean? Ees nor me that is asking o. It’s Madam Eunice Atuejide, our female Presidential aspirant and the founder of the NIP party that is asking. I just say I shuu epp her…

  • On Black Sister's Street
    REVIEWS

    BOOK REVIEW: ON BLACK SISTER’S STREET BY CHIKA UNIGWE

    Principally set in a house on ZWARTEZUSTERSTRAAT, On Black Sister’s Street takes us through the streets of Antwerp, Belgium, to war torn Sudan, through Enugu and Lagos, Nigeria. BLURB On Black Sisters Street tells the haunting story of four very…

  • Shurlar's Diary

    WHU BONGA FISH EPP?

    Fellow Nigerians, I know common sense is not common. But at least, let us be borrowing ourselves sense from time to time. The way we act like senseless human beings sometimes, e dey always burst my server. I think social…

  • Choices
    Random Musings

    ABOUT CHOICES……..

      Below is a conversation I had with some male acquaintances/ colleagues about choices. I wasn’t really paying attention to the conversation at first, as I was busy doing what I know how to do best when I’m out waiting…