Author: Ian Elroy Ogonji

Writer || columnist || poet || entrepreneur
May 5, 2021 1

Reminiscence

By Ian Elroy Ogonji

He dived into his memory. He recalled that night crystal clear as if it had happened seconds ago. His mind held flashbacks of Esther in that minidress that exposed both her cleavage and thick thighs. A whole package of temptation.

April 26, 2021 1

Matatu Pick-up Line

By Ian Elroy Ogonji

Conductors can be comedians at times – they see you talking to someone in the matatu and assume you are paying her fare. The trap is when you give him say a Ksh 500 note and he goes, “wawili?” How on earth do you have to put someone in that rock-and-rock situation.

March 25, 2021 0

Stabilized by hope

By Ian Elroy Ogonji

She wasn’t raped, but she didn’t want to lose her virginity yet. Money made her agree to it. “I will give you money.” She was enticed. “Okay.” She said, unwillingly, while divesting.

February 22, 2021 0

Build Your Side Hustle While Working at Your Job

By Ian Elroy Ogonji

There are thousands, rather millions of people in wrong careers. There are lawyers who wanted to be engineers, Journalists who would have been fishermen, Writers who went to law schools, and a good number of artists who can’tremember where they hid their degree certificates.