A velvety, chocolate drink that shushed me to sleep in my baby years,
As I downed it gladly I was soothed,
As my parents heard that one final ‘knock’ on the ground to signal that I was asleep.
Every time the gentle words ‘milo’ roll off someone’s tongue I have a yearning,
A desire to smell it again,
Taste it again,
Feel it again,
That once I drink it, hot or cold, I feel energised.
When the cool, green packaging touches my hands i’m just itching with excitement,
To unveil the sepia brown powder lying beneath,
Waiting to be drank.
And my spoon stirs, ever so effortlessly, in a rhythmic clockwise direction,
My mug inching closer to my lips
as they part slightly,
And the chocolatey mixture seeps through.
Nollywood Actor, Ernest Asuzu Dies
Nollywood actor, Ernest Asuzu is dead.
The actor reportedly slumped and died on Tuesday night.
Recall that the news of Asuzu’s ill health flooded the social media after he suffered stroke for years.
A viral video also showed him begging for alms.
The actor was, however, supported by well meaning Nigerians including the wife of Anambra State Governor, Mrs Willie Obiano.
Asuzu began his acting career in the late 90’s and was popular for hit man roles alongside the likes of Hanks Anuku, Jim Iyke, Emma Ehumadu and Alaso Wariboko.
The deceased rose to fame after acting in the Nollywood blockbuster movie, ‘Another Campus Queen.’
Nigerian Lady Rates Dogs over Men (See Why)
A lady’s recent post on social media saying that all men are dogs has evoked wild reactions from netizens thereby setting the relatively serene Twitter landscape.
The twitter user identified with handle @mariiamariiee who clearly has issues running haphazardly in her thinking faculties said men should even not be equated to dogs because they surpass them in that regard.
we need to stop saying “men are dogs” cause that’s an insult to dogs please. dogs are better than men. shalom.
‘I Prefer a Cheating Man to a Stingy Man’
Nollywood actress, Queeneth Agbor, has given her opinion on the kind of man she can cope with.
According to the actress, she revealed she doesn’t mind if her man cheats on her as long as he spoils her lavishly with gifts.
Queeneth Agbor stressed that she can cope with a cheating man but not a stingy man.
She made this known in an interview with the PUNCH she said, “I can cope with a cheating man, provided he ‘cheats responsibly’. He could cheat then make it up to me by spoiling me. A man who cheats would eventually get tired of doing that, the same way King Solomon in the Bible got tired. History never fails to repeat itself. He would definitely get tired and change but a stingy man would remain like that for life. Stinginess is not permitted around me.”