A much needed open letter to Nigerian immigrant parents who are raising their children in a westernised society.
The teenage years are the most important they can either build you up or tear you down. Here is an open letter to help any teenager understand the intricacies of getting through these years.
A strongly worded letter from a Nigerian mother to her married daughter (Morónfólú), who has recently complained that her husband is not romantic enough. Ironically, throughout the letter, it is clear that Báyọ̀ is not the one with the problem. The letter also unveils the tumultuous and somewhat twisted relationship between mother and daughter.