African Stories Tag Archive

A Crows Revenge

It’s been 3 days since I heard my mom and her sister planning to send me away. I could not sleep and I decided to just walk around the house in the middle of the night, I heard...

Walking In The Shadows

By Femi Esther After waiting patiently for thirty-five minutes. Yes, I was counting! The road finally cleared, and I crossed the road. This was one notorious place where so many...

Moronke – Short Story

By Ozioma Paul I’m still mad. Very mad. The first time Dan hit me after 2 months of dating, I knew it would never end. But everybody at church thought otherwise. The Senior...

Walking in the Shadows

By Femi Esther After waiting patiently for thirty-five minutes. Yes, I was counting! The road finally cleared, and I crossed the road. This was one notorious place where so many...

The Time of the Month

By Inioluwa Moses Growing up as a young girl I had this hate-fear relationship with my monthly flow, I hated the cramps, I hated the flow, I hated the colour, I hated everything...

Salamatu the Bride

By Yeipyeng Kwa I sit with my knees hugged to my chest and with my wrapper tucked in between my legs, the sun’s rays filtering from between tall trees, dancing through their...

I Am An African Girl Who Wants To Feel Secure

by Sharimam Kwewum   Statistics today show that 130 million girls around the world are denied education and 53 million of them are from Africa. i.e. almost half of those...