Ogochukwu Ogbonna

Ogbonna Ogochukwu is an aspiring Nigerian creative writer and poet who isn't entirely sure she has earned the right to call herself those things. She is fascinated by words and desires to master their ability to paint pictures on the canvas of our minds. Some of her stories and poems have been published in Brittle Paper, The Kalahari Review, African Writer and on her medium account. Ogochukwu likes ice cream but is lactose intolerant so she eats it anyway. She lives in Lagos with her family when she isn't in Anambra state doing God-knows-what.
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Popular OAP Urges BBNaija to Teach Housemates About Consent

If there is anything that the famous BBNaija reality TV show is

“No light, no fuel!” Citizens cry out over the deplorable state of affairs in Nigeria

Since Nigeria gained its independence in 1960 from British colonization, we have

Nigerians express discontent over Godwin Emefiele’s desire to run for president

Recently, campaign videos, photos and posters showing support for the presidential run

Breaking News: ASUU Extends Strike Action by Eight Weeks

The one-month warning strike announced by the Academic Staff Union of Universities

Korra Obidi’s Husband Justin Dean Retracts Cheating Claims

Justin Dean, the husband of the popular Dancer and social media influencer

Russia vs. Ukraine: Russian Government Bans Citizens from Instagram

Since the 24th of February 2022, when Russia began an open military

International Women’s Day: Why Nigeria’s Love for Women is Purely Performative

Yesterday marked another international women’s day. A day supposedly set apart for

Timaya accused of leaving hit-and-run victim in a pool of her own blood

On March 2, 2022, an Instagram user named Osinubi Omowunmi posted a

JUST IN: Nigerians suspect foul play in the sudden death of DIG Joseph Egbunike

The Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of the Force Criminal

Mercy Aigbe under Fire after Husband’s former wife accuses her of Betrayal

Earlier this year, the Yoruba movie star Mercy Aigbe confirmed the rumour

Travel Influencer speaks up about discrimination of Africans in Mauritius

Travelling while black means that you are always prepared for the discrimination

It might be time for the Nigerian government to relax the face mask mandate

The year 2020 brought with it a host of sad tidings, especially

Governors Wives fly to Dubai from Nigeria to present Aisha Buhari with birthday cake

The apathy of Nigerian political leaders towards the lives and wellbeing of

Russia vs. Ukraine: Even in the face of war, racism is alive and well

It has been three days since Vladimir Putin announced his “Special Military

Davido threatens Abayomi Ojosegun over Osun state Governorship elections

Since Davido’s cousin Dele Adeleke signified interest and enrolled as a candidate

Nigerians call out NDLEA for gun violence at Lagos Island drug raid

During the early hours of today, officials of the NDLEA (National Drug

Why Does The Nigerian Society Take Mental Health Issues For Granted?

A national discourse around mental health challenges is long overdue in Nigeria.

Fans excited over Asa’s new album release, Wizkid feature

Asa came into the music scene in 2007 with the single “Fire

Tunde Onakoya: The man bringing hope to hapless children through Chess

When Tunde Onakoya found himself unemployed and broke on the streets of

5 reasons why Ashwagandha should be part of your diet

Withania somnifera, commonly known as Ashwagandha, Indian ginseng, or Winter cherry is

How 5G is changing the world but not as a weapon of mass destruction

In mid-2020, while we were all stuck at home as the pandemic

The Tinder Swindler: Does the entertainment industry reward ‘bad’ people?

On February 2, Netflix announced the release of a British true crime

5 Nigerian musicians that changed their stage name and why they did it

If a survey was conducted and people were asked if they would

Musician Buju Changes Stage Name To BNXN, Fans Aren’t Having It

Daniel Benson, popularly known as Buju, is an Afro-fusion singer, songwriter, and

‘Freedom Convoy’ Protests: Canadians Label Trudeau Tyrant Over State Of Emergency

The 'Freedom Convoy' protests started when a group of truck drivers in

Nigerians Donate To Buy Automated Wheelchair For Man In Need

On February 15, the day after Twitter streets were awash with valentine

#Securethetribe: The harmful notion that Africans migrate to steal jobs

A few weeks ago, the streets of Twitter were aflame with the

Abba Kyari: We Must Not Lose Sight of What is Important

On July 29th 2021, US law enforcement declared the "super cop" Abba

Vladimir Putin; Are We Witnessing The Beginnings of WW3?

French President, Emmanuel Macron recently travelled to Moscow on a diplomatic mission

Sex tapes: Five Nigerian Celebrities that Have Suffered for Fame

Since The Kim Kardashian sex tape scandal of 2007, sex tapes have