They let us out today, again. Yesterday, we spent thirty-five minutes outside our cell. The day before, it was twenty-five minutes. Everyone was filled with gaiety. ‘God go bless our warden,’ said pa Enoch.
‘Mama please can I go out and play?’ I asked.
‘Nnenna I have told you umpteen times. I know you want to spend time with the other children, but you have to believe me when I say it’s not safe. There’s so much […]
After spending one week in the village for our documentary, it was time to leave. We had packed our bags when we heard the news.
‘There’s a festival tomorrow, the king urges everyone to stay. The festival will […]
It was the thrilling noise from her contemporaries, rainfall pelting the roof, that woke Uki from her deep sleep.
Playing in the rain was her favorite hobby. She knew it was impossible to leave ‘her’ hut; the […]