My name is Ayoola Olusegun,a legal practitioner by profession and human rights advocate with special interest of the girl child and women at heart.Am heart broken when I see children hawking to make a living when they should be in school ............

Ayoola Olubunmi Olusegun
Posted October 17, 2020 from Nigeria
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Barr.Ayoola O.Olusegun, human rights advocate with special interest in the Girl Child and Women. The Executive Director of a non governmental, not for profit making Ngo named: Organization for Public Awareness on Child and Women Rights-- OPACTS. Based in Osogbo, the capital of Osun State.l believe in equality of rights for both male and female, going otherwise is contradictory to the law of fairness, equity and justice,these and many more prompted the existence of OPACTS and these is prominent in this part of the world.....................

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Am committed to my passion.................... equality of rights for all, irrespective of gender.

Nini Mappo
Oct 18
Oct 18

Hello Ayoola,
A very warm welcome to World Pulse, and congratulations on your first post. Thank you for sharing your work and passion with us.It is always encouraging to learn of other women investing their time and resources in the move towards a fairer world. So good on you.
We look forward to learning more about your work as you share more of your journey.
I hope that you are safe and sparkly in Nigeria:)
P.S., I love your gele.

Adriana Greenblatt
Oct 18
Oct 18

Hello Ayoola, wow what a shiny beauty from within emanating from you! Welcome to World Pulse, I am also an (ex) human rights lawyer now focusing on training and education and prevention. So excited to see you here, and sending you solidarity and sparkles from Montreal, Canada!


Oct 18
Oct 18

Hi Sis,
Nice photograph you have here. Thank you for the work your organisation is doing. I applaud you for raising your voice, and helping with the implementation of laws and justice. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown highlighted the undesired effect of gender discrimination even more, hence we must continue to raise our voices like you have just done by sharing your first post on World Pulse.

Together, we can!

Congratulations and a warm welcome to the sisterhood! 'Nice to have you join us.

Keep writing and shining.

Love and hugs,
E. J.

Oct 19
Oct 19

Fought for all my sister. Those youth in your country are in need of you right now\continue

Hello, Ayoola,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy to know a human rights advocate for women and girls from Nigeria is rising up!

How are you and your family doing, dear sister? I hope you are safe and well. I look forward to reading more of your stories. Please continue to write.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood! Please know that I'm praying for Nigeria.