Writers Corner

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

THE SOUL

By Akorede Ajibade   What is soul? Junior my sharp son, curious and always insisting on everyone answering his question, came to his grandpa and asked: “Grandpa, What is soul”? I laughed hard, and wondered what mut have crossed the...

Kelvin Bob-Manuel: Servant Leadership – The Power of Leading From Behind

Who are you without the title? What do people think of you when you are not present? Do your staff speak well of you to clients? Do you think it’s important for employees to feel inclusive in your...

Kemi Smith: When Your Boss Assaults You

Domestic violence is a hard topic to discuss; but even harder and less talked about, is assault in the workplace. A good number of people are assaulted in their place of work, but can’t and...

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...

HaroldWrites: 5 Tips For Successfully Living Alone for the First Time

Are you contemplating moving out of your parents/guardian’s house any time soon, into your own apartment? Are you overwhelmed by the thoughts of what you need to do to live a happy life as an...

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...

Oreoluwa’s Maid For Me: Where Do Bad Maids Come From?

Like me, you probably have wondered at some point if there was a cabal that is behind the outsourcing of bad maids. As yorubas will say “O to bee“, meaning (It has gotten to that). Hiring...

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...

Chika Uwazie’s TalentBase: How To Plan The Perfect Fun Day Off At Work

So you and a couple colleagues have been saving up for a day off from work to soak in the sun, play some games and meet new fun people. You’re not entirely sure what to...

Tales of A Lekki Tenant – Episode 2

I had always known I would become a millionaire one day. And now the chance came along with such tremendous luck, I intended to maximise the opportunity to its fullest. Ben kicked against my plan, insisting...