Articles by Victor Ehikhamenor
26 Mar 2017
His name, Sunny Deriko; a lanky handsome black boy with a tongue made of razor blade. He had so much flare and was as significant as a radio. He was my elder brother’s friend and he was also responsible...
18 Dec 2016
Growing up, Christmas was one of the most exciting times for me and many other village children. For many, it was the only time of the year they got new clothes ...
27 Nov 2016
Recently, the Honourable Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, declared that a register had been opened to prevent recovered stolen money from being re-stolen.
23 Oct 2016
A very sombre but tense room with a couple sitting far apart from each other in a palace-like setting, surrounded by stern looking elders.
11 Sep 2016
Let me tell you why I will pound yam for the American based Nigerian novelist and columnist, Okey Ndibe, even though I’ve not pounded yam since General Muhammadu Buhari was a head-of-state.
14 Aug 2016
Recently, at the same time pilgrims were buying dollars for ₦197 and I was buying for ₦400, I began feeling like I hadn’t been giving my boy a proper training on the nuances of navigating a noose-tight economy.
26 Jun 2016
One pre-Buhari day a few years ago, I decided to give myself a good treat after a back breaking session preparing for an art exhibition.