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SIX NIGERIAN MOTHERS DIE EVERY HOUR

If I were to count on fingers the number of women (known to me) who died through delivery or preventable circumstances, within few minutes, I will need to borrow your fingers. … Read More»

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WISE WOMEN WENT WILD ON WEDNESDAY

The more things change the more they stay the same, history repeated itself on Wednesday 29th of April, 2009 when women came out naked to protest against improper electoral conduct in Ekiti state, Wes … Read More»

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Any Country

Death from torture. Death by a firing squad. Death from a landmine. Death from a tank shell. Death from a missile. The victims are infants, teenagers, young, middle aged, and elderly. … Read More»

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Zeinab's Mother

Zeinab's Mother Now it is fast and easy. You hear the news on cyberspace. You let your friends know on cyberspace. They can't see your shaky fingers. They can't hear your choked voice. … Read More»

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Under The Rubble

From under the rubble, the wild sage rises and finds a path leading to the sun. On a slab of twisted concrete sits a young mother, Her breast exposed to the light. … Read More»

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A Golden Cross

It was just weeks ago when I received an e-mail from the oldest of my brothers. I knew instinctively that something was wrong. Sure enough the message relayed that my mother had died. … Read More»

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The First Cut

“The arrangement of the body is so well proportioned, the symmetry of its parts so beautiful that it can be doubted whether at its creation utility was more of a determining factor than beauty.” … Read More»

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