Writers Corner

Legacy Magazine Writers Corner inspires, develops and connects writers and storytellers in a range of disciplines for social change.

The Nwando: Are You the Most Successful Person in Your Circle?

I heard a story recently about a man that found an eagle’s egg. He picked it up and put it in his chicken nest. The eagle hatched with the chicks and grew up around them....

Ayo Al: You Think You Know Frustration?

You think you know frustration? You think you do? You understand it? Know how it works? Some might actually understand it better than you do. Ask the man who sits at home day after day, with...

African Entrepreneur with Feyi Olunuga: How Do I Know It Is Time To Expand?

Business is going well, there is money in the account – maybe not 30 billion, but more than you know what to do with. Your first thought is ‘finally my hard work pays off. ’...

Chika Uwazie’s TalentBase: 4 Reasons Why Employers Should Hire For Potential Rather Than Experience

Every company starts off being the dream of one person or a small group of like minded individuals. These people  want to make a dent on the world by solving some problems, and making money...

Debbie Larry-Izamoje: Never Underestimate How Much Your Heart Can Handle

I was driving from the gym listening to Whitney Houston’s song “I didn’t know my own strength”. As I sang along trying to hit those high notes only Whitney could, the lyrics started to sink down...

Peculiar Okafor: Life Lessons from Insects

I guess if I called you a Locust, Spider or an Ant, you’d feel insulted. I was reading the book of Proverbs and came across some verses that practically glorified these animals. The Bible referred to...

Nkem Says: On Becoming the ‘Lord of the Ring’

Nigerians are awesome, especially when it comes to giving nicknames, coining slangs and making memes. In fact, at this point, I feel like we have a name for every possible situation or circumstance one could...

Eniola Olaosebikan: The Comparison Game & Finding Solace

I am thirty. I finished my bachelor’s degree at twenty-two. I had my National Youth Service at the age of twenty-three and when I finished, I thought life was only beginning, so all I had...

Akanna Okeke: A Poem That Changed My Life – Part 1

I would like to share a poem with you.  It’s a poem that changed my life, or at least my perspective on life. You may have read it before, or heard it being referred to.  It...

Rejoice Abutsa: Jeta Amata’s “Amazing Grace” Remains a Psychic Experience

All things lose stature with time, and this quote applies to the tricky art of film making.  Some films make their debut; they are received and are forgotten shortly after. Others enjoy an initial fan...