If you set off on a witch- hunt, you will find a witch. When you find her, she will be dressed like any other person.
“Being defiant can be a good thing sometimes," Aunty Ifeoma said. "Defiance is like marijuana - it is not a bad thing when it is used right.”
The past is like the juice from a cashew. It sticks. And whatever it stains it stains for good.
I was trying to adjust to madamhood, but there were still a few kinks to be sorted. Sure the house was spotless. But she had messed up my walk-in closet with her colour-coded tidying;
But you are not the one suffering. You think watching BBC means you know what is going on? No, you don't, my friend, it's the wound that knows the textures of the pain;
So what if she's a graduate? When we stand before God on the last day, will He ask whether we went to University? No!
Despite the differences they had, Kainene and Olanna’s relationship improves towards the end of the book when Kainene visits Olanna and buys clothes for Baby.