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The World Is Listening to Weeping Women!!!

It's been a while since I have posted anything. I have been keeping my ears and eyes open as I watch how the world is responding to Nigerian mothers. … Read More»

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End boko haram before it ends education

There is no gainsaying the fact that the ongoing #Bringbackourgirls campaign has brought the world together on a unified platform, with a strong voice to protect girls and Nigerians from the insurgenc … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: Remembering Our Ancestors

My Passions: Homeschooling my children, advocating for multiple sclerosis and serving others in finding their ancestral connections. My Challenges: … Read More»

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A threat to the destinies of our young ladies in Nigeria

A THREAT TO THE DESTINIES OF OUR YOUNG LADIES IN NIGERIA What Nigerians are currently experiencing is a horror especially in the girl child education and a threat to the girl child future career. … Read More»

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Bring Back our Girls

Nous sommes très choquées de l'enlèvement de nos filles au Nigeria. … Read More»

Commentary:
Ukraine: Op-Ed: Women Make Their Voices Heard Ottawa Citizen, May 13, 2014

Nigeria: Boko Loco: The World Can’t Afford to Ignore the Escalating Violence by Lola Ogunnaike, The Daily Beast, May 13, 2014

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#bringbackourgirls

Education opens the mind to endless possibilities. Education makes you curious. Education makes you want to question everything, and that’s what extremists are scared of. … Read More»

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LA PAIX

Le thème choisi cette année pour la JIV " Ensemble contre la guerre et les violences faites à la femme et à la jeune fille en consolidant la paix et la justice pour le developpement de la RD CONGO nou … Read More»

World Pulse Community Cries Out #BringBackOurGirls

Almost one month after over 200 schoolgirls were abducted in Chibok, Nigeria, most of the girls remain missing.

World Pulse members in and outside of Nigeria have been logging on to express their anguish, voice their fears, and urge action. They are protesting their governments, writing poetry, sharing petitions, celebrating signs of hope, and connecting with each other in support—ensuring these girls will not be forgotten. Read More »

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