Maskuraid

Maskuraid

Abiodun is a member of the Mainland Book Café who daily juggles the Lagos hustle with running his personal blog and trying to stay sane in an increasingly insane world. Prose (fiction) and poetry roll of his pen as the spirit directs and his first collection of short stories (which is still without a title) is expected to hit the shelves very soon. He blogs at www.versesbybeordoon.com
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When it comes down to it, we’re all just human, with needs and cravings and desires. Karishika’s legs...

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I called her phones severally but none of the numbers went through. Nobody had seen Toyin; her resignation...

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Read Previous Episodes Of Honorable Secretary   “Good morning Sir.” “Good morning Susan, how are you?” “Fine Sir,...

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I sat on the bed wondering whether to go to church or not. It had been quite a...

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Maskuraid presents the 12th episode of erotic series, honorable secretary. Enjoy

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Abuja was crazy. Not only did I thoroughly enjoy myself and forget about the troubles waiting in Lagos,...

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I needed to hurt someone. Okay, maybe hurt sounds overly dramatic but I kind of felt like I...

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My growing impatience would have been obvious to any observant person as I checked the time again. It...

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Just as I opened my mouth to scream, something beeped. Something loud and insistent. And I opened my...

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Click here to catch up on previous episodes of Honorable Secretary   Just one word - in caps...

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The big sweaty bottle of Guinness Stout was chilled to mortuary standard, just like I liked it. Many...

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Friday is my favorite day of the week. You can call me lazy all you want, but there...

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Traffic was nasty as usual but I finally made it home around 7.30 pm, very tired and famished....

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If you have missed the previous episodes of Honorable Secretary, click HERE to catch up. Ludacris’s ‘Move Bitch’...

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Read Episode One of Honorable Secretary Here I ran almost all of the way home, picked up some...

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BEFORE The five of us sat in a small semi-circle facing the television in the moderately spacious, neatly...