Unspoken words is a special column which highlights drama at lying in state. It talks about what goes on in the minds of people when they access the body of the departed, for the last time. We only see them shaking their heads but words cat-walking on their minds’ runways we know not!
Chief. Alalade Ajagbe (AKA Depot) was a wealthy business man who was also a philanthropist of class but had one major flaw which was weakness for ….
Let’s access their thoughts:
Suraju (Chief’s driver of 20 years): So you can lie motionless, you blessed me with the biggest curse and saddest day of my life when I caught you sleeping with my wife, Ramota. Continue reading UnSpoken Words!
(Image: Nigerian Observer) People express themselves in public though social desirability often edit wild behaviours.
God weighs the heart, but many times humanity checks the act. Law too examines intentions that’s why there’s difference between murder and manslaughter.
A commercial bus driver Omo, AKA Tarmac hit a Rolls-Royce Phantom parked by the roadside and damaged the car. The owner was busy shopping for Valentine’s gifts for his mistress. Four passersby – Shola, Seyi, Shade and Shogo were at the movie location and the four of them reacted similarly but their reactions were propelled by different motivations. Continue reading Intentions Over Actions!
On olayemiogunojo.com we highlight all aspects of intimate relationships, from dating through courtship to marriage, love and lovemaking ….
Love suspense goes hand-in-hand with playing hard-to-get; because the woman plays hard-to-get the man is left on tenterhooks.
You play hard-to-get if you were already in love or falling in love (with your suitor) yet feign or fake indifference and you must be an actress to be able to cover reality with the clothing of fantasy. Continue reading Love Suspense.
He had a grandfather (Pa. Komolafe) who was a lover of humanity and a pan Africanist to the core. Pa Komolafe instilled positive virtues in his grandson, Olaotan Kosoko who I labelled Lobatan Kosoro.
He’d visited his grandparents regularly especially during the holidays and right from childhood he became a shining light. He adored loyalty, honesty; endorsed diligence, equity, fair play … and detested oppression, corruption and marginalization.
He disliked fairly-used things as well, for he believed he wasn’t inferior to anybody to be using his used products and often boasts that he never bought or used any okrika item. Continue reading Who Says You’re Innocent!
Elsie Uzoma Okpocha (wife of Basketmouth.) A prosperous man has a woman motivating as well as nurturing his success. Don’t forget there are many more gorgeous wives of Nigerian comedians not highlighted here.