The Container Vibe: A UNN Short Story

The container vibe

The whole class suddenly became silent as a graveyard as our Class Rep knew as Skeleton stood in front of the Classroom signalling to us he had an announcement to make. Skeleton is so slim that he looks like an actual skeleton exhibited in Zwelling building devoid of any iota of human flesh. “Even with …

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Let me Live – Poem

let me live

And I hear the child cry A cry of sadness A cry of sorrow A cry of fear   At the sight of the doctor’s scissors At the stench of the concoction in mummy’s oesophagus ‘let me live mother! Don’t flush me away I beg of you’ The child continue to lament Isn’t you that …

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A Life of Things

a life of things

Going through my things I see my old things The old me with things My old things of yesterday Things I’ve acquired Things I’ve achieved Things I’ve forgotten Things that  made me Things that have kept me I feel sad for my old things Money spent on things Seems wasted on these things I needed …

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A Letter to Nsukka

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Dear Nsukka,  It is with an indescribable uneasiness that I penned down this letter. For quite some time now, lost in the ocean of confusion at the confluence of indecisiveness, I had racked my cerebrum for a better means of telling you what I’m about to say now but couldn’t just think of a better …

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My Suicide Note – Alone in this World

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I feel alone in this diverse and beautiful world because it seems as if no one cares about me. Sadly, it’s just like my problems are way too enormous for me to handle. The more I seek for care and support, the more disappointment and betrayal I encounter. I always ask myself, why does it …

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Just Like the Water

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It has been three months now since the light in my street mysteriously got bad without any iota of hope for any repair to take place. As a student, it has been a daily experience of agony and pain as one tries to resist the avalanche of disadvantages that accrue to darkness. The brokenness and …

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How Soon We Forget: Advice for First Year Students

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It was just yesterday; we all can remember how we leapt for joy when we finally saw our names posited on the University Admission list. For some, it was not complete happiness because we had wanted to study a different course in another faculty.  Nevertheless, we were all joyous because at that very moment we …

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UNN College of Medicine First Year Course Outline

unn first year course outline

This post contains UNN first year course outline (first & second semester) for students in Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Nursing Sciences, Medical Laboratory Science, Radiography, Physiotherapy, Anatomy, Physiology and Biological Sciences. Ensure that you read the breakdown on each of the First Year Course Outlines for College of Medicine Students. The guide will assist you …

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Cross Over Sermon by Bishop David Oyedepo

far too long

Dominion is not our ambition but our birthright in redemption and heritage. We having dominion is the truth of redemption concerning us. Our steps in the new year shall be dominion steps. If you are redeemed, you’re Abraham seed. What you cannot see, you can never possess. Light is our access to every provision in …

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