I often run into a fascinating interesting dilemma of sorts whenever I read and edit submissions to this magazine. Do I turn “favour” into “favor” as my spell-checker suggests; neighbour[…]
We begin here: sandwich. This is only because Ikhide Ikheloa’s Oporoko Chronicles walks the margins of our sense of taste, humour, family, mischief, and imagination. Far from his equally brilliant and[…]
This week’s offerings, short, traverse a realm of experimentations. In Teju Cole’s Kadara Kekeke, the writer’s pithy twitter-based news-based literature take on new outlooks in the clothes of its local[…]
Last week, Temie Giwa’s Road to Kigali re-imagined African life as a series of journeys, with a welcome tribute to my poem Be Like The Road. Rwanda’s return to normalcy from[…]
by Akin Akintayo
Last week the Nigerian Senate debated the Same Gender Marriage (Prohibition) Bill 2011 which passed its second reading and it has now moved to committee stage, however, the fact is Nigeria does not need such a law because there is no prospect of homosexuality gaining any normalcy in the society because the concept of same-sex marriage can take root.