As told to Toheeb. Last year, I thought it might be interesting to talk to a student cultist for Aluta and Chill, the flagship series I was writing at the time. I put the word out, but it was futile. I was about to give up my search when a friend told me there was […]
As told to David Odunlami When I try to picture what the practice of cultism looks like, I imagine people dressed in red wrappers, gathered around a T-junction, sacrificing goats and speaking incantations. Maybe I’ve watched too many Nollywood movies or maybe I just have an overactive imagination, but after a conversation with an old […]
For some people, going to church is a regular part of their lives. As long as the sun rises on a Sunday, they are in church. For some of you, the church is only for special occasions (I’m not pointing fingers. If you’re feeling guilty, check yourself). For the irregular goers, you probably go for […]
Enugu people need no introduction to Father Mbaka. If you’re attending one of his infamous masses, here a few important things you should take along: 1) Pillow Because we sleep here. 2) Pain killers The body pain after the whole experience is out of this world. All that trekking and standing can kill a human […]
Every Nigerian church has a special identity
Your love life in pictures.
Capri-Sonne, cabin and choreography.
Working in the house of the Lord!
For the serious ones that attend Tuesday or Wednesday services!
The scariest and funniest woman in church!
“If you’re worshiping with us for the first time…”
Too old for children’s church and too young for adult’s church
Waiting on the Lord for a spouse!
The pastor was just healing people upandan like a boss!
You had to love Baba Ara.
“Please move forward.”
Church was never optional.
The struggles to stay awake every single time
Bye, 2015. Hello, 2016.
Nigerian churches are the best, please.
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