Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sirenity on our roads

It was Monday morning at Spanner Junction. Commuters were rushing from one trotro to another. I could identify with whatever frustration they might have been going through. After all, what else could possess an obviously pregnant woman to elbow her … Continue reading

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Hair today, gone tomorrow

My guest commuter for today has been here before. Tosin Osunlaja, is probably more accustomed to “smelling the salt”, spending days at sea on oil rigs off the coast of Nigeria as a field engineer at Baker Hughes. She’s lived … Continue reading

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Happy New Year. Love, The Government.

It was the kind of trotro you wished wouldn’t be involved in an accident, simply because you wouldn’t want to be caught dead or alive in this patchwork Mercedes Benz 207. Every few metres, the gate would pop open, and … Continue reading

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