Your Children Are Not to Blame | The 3rdEye, September 2016.
Broken Crayons Still Colour: A Green Sheriffs Exhibition | The Green Sheriffs, September 2016.
These Things Take Time | BellaNaija, October 2016.
Embracing History: We Must Look Back Before We Can Move Forward | The Naked Convos, October 2016.
More Than We Know | BellaNaija, November 2016.
Your Own is Also Good | BellaNaija, January 2017.
Much Ado About Us | The 3rdEye, January 2017.
Adieu | The 3rdEye, June 2017.
Home is a Thing with Flowers and Pikes | Kalahari Review, August 2018.
Disease Nor Dey Kill African Man|Tell Africa, November 2020.
Leslie Nneka Arimah and What It All Means | The Lit, January 2021.
Tanzania’s New Reality | Spicy Ray, March 2021.
Sefi Atta Didn’t Say Everything Good Will Come | The Lit, April 2021.
Kenya Maybe on for a Third Round | Spicy Ray, April 2021.
Jos Isn’t What You’ve Heard | April 2021.
Now that Iye Is Dead | The 3rdEye, July 2016.
Half Life | AFREADA, December 2017.
Crayon Painting | Kalahari Review, December 2017.
Some People Have Real Problems | The 3rdEye, January 2018.
I Have Nothing, God Bless You | AFREDA, March 2018.
Now or Forever | The 3rdEye, September 2018.
Thief! Olè! | The 3rdEye, January 2019.
Vanishing Acts: Memory May Be the Villain, July 2020.
Fine Boys, July 2020.
Buried Beneath the Baobab Tree, August 2020.
A Man Called Ove, August 2020.
Pet: of Angels, Monsters, and the rest, September 2020.
The Little Prince: It’s Always the Little Things That…, September 2020.
Better Never Than Late (Or Not), October 2020.
And After Many Days: Sadness Raised to the Power of Love, October 2020.
An Orchestra of Minorities, November 2020.
Kintu: Was It the Curse or Was It Just Life? November 2020.
Season of Crimson Blossom, December 2020.
Girl in Pieces: On Cutting and Running Out of Space, January 2021.
Ghana Must Go: No, Not The Bag, February 2021.
The Tattooist of Auschwitz: All Is Well That Loves Well, February 2021.
Efuru: there are other things in this life, March 2021.
Swallow: It’s Just Life, April 2021.
The Erigma II: From Warri to Lagos | The Lagos Review, December 2019.