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Birthing Sons/Raising Boys: An apology letter to my son and your son too!

Maya Angelou “If I have a monument in this world, it is my son. Raising a child, especially a son, is like carving a monument detail by detail” … Read More»

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From chalk to talk

Albert Einstein once said that the true purpose of education is to train the mind to think. Rebecca strongly echoes these words. “My job is far more difficult than it looks. … Read More»

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A Timely Curious Walk

Wednesday 3rd of July, 2013, I traveled back to Kaduna from Lagos to meet Anna Avong, the woman activist I had settled for, out of my three prospective interviewees. … Read More»

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Moments with the ‘Heart-of-Attarkar’.

KADUNA, Nigeria: In the wake of the recent deadly attacks by herdsmen in the Zilang and Mafang hills, located in the Attarkar community, which left several women and children dead and wounded, I felt … Read More»

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A Hundred Thousand Coffee Seedlings for Just Change

“This is home,” Athena Banza tells me as the pick-up we are riding in passes a big pool full of water hyacinths. … Read More»

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Living like a criminal in Uganda

I was warned before the interview that what I see is what I will get. When I meet Jay Abang she is wearing a red T-shirt, loose black jeans and casual shoes. … Read More»

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A FIERCE LEADER AT AGE 22; CAMEROON IS PROUD OF YOU!

Dear correspondents, vision and editorial mentors. Below is a draft of my assignment I Feel free critique my work, I will appreciate. Thanks. … Read More»

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The nth draft but...

This is my nth draft, and I am stymied and stumped. This is already about 850 words and still so much had been left out. … Read More»

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