Today’s reality cannot be grasped fully if “other kinds” of realities are neglected or relegated or termed non-important and inconsequential. One of such is gay relationships. D. F. Effiong, in writing a story about gay sex, surreptitiously echoes that question, “should gays be termed humans?”
In the event of threats, violence or unrest, there are similarities in the way humans react. In Southern Kaduna, Nigeria, for instance, the eventful clashes between Muslims, Christians and the ‘unknowns’ keep taking new twists. Deaths. Deaths. Deaths. The media portrayal of the Southern kaduna case cannot be trusted so much with the recent hike of sensational journalism and sinister propaganda. Prudence O. ERUETEMU has written herein, a satirical story depicting an insider’s perspective. Prudence was the Assistant Editor, “The Seeker’s Delight” magazine. He is a columnist and a prospective philosopher.