Browsing Category : Nonfiction

Towards a NuMoraliti by Tadei MacAgu


  To start with, there is no society that thrives without a set of rules. These rules, often referred to as mores, define how a group of people choose to associate. And this communal effort at developing mutual coexistence is often needful, since the absence thereof is a precursor to anarchy. But the preponderance of imposed sets of rules on…

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Issue 4


Iwundu Wisdom Shalom Akaelu O’Pelumi Frances Salako Oyin Oludipe Imade Iyamu Frank Eze Chisom Okafor Mesioye Johnson Aluka Igbokwe Romeo Oriogun Maureen Chinwe Onyeziri Aremu Adams Adebisi Nwanne Agwu Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau Akor Emmanuel Oche  

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Issue 3


Kanyinsola Olorunnisola Erhu Amreyhan Anabeth Russo Lulu Gaisford Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau Nma Chinaza Agada Sucharita Dutta-Asane Samuel Sebbowa Bunnya Dare Dan Thea Onyekwuo Darrell Herbert Adetuyi Adetola Tanisha Mehta Frances Ogamba Nome Patrick Sharon Tshipa Patrick Holloway Ojo Taiye Matthew Mutiva Laila Le Guen Ali Znaidi Geetakshi Arora Subhendu Beura Ohia, Ernest Chigaemezu

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Human Changing| Nma Chinaza Agada


  The most potent way to avoid change is to dwell in nothingness – not be conceived, not take on the status of “being” because you may as well be called Human Changing. It is this phenomenon that accords the present its value. It is uprooting of a version of self to birth another that colors experiences and gives meaning…

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