I was one of those people who looked down with disdain on ladies pregnant outside wedlock. I didn't care to know how they landed in such situations.
When I got pregnant out of wedlock in 2009, I became an epitome of mockery in my community. You know how such news fly like wide fire Few friends that I chatted with in the neighborhood stopped coming to my house. They would greet me from afar. None wanted to associate with me so, they don't catch the pregnancy virus. Everyone had their ears on ground to know when I would be bundled to my husband's house
Thank God for NYSC as Zamfara was my hiding place from my neighborhood. I was all by myself trying to survive in a strange land....
Thanking God for my best friend who didn't deny me like Peter denied Jesus even though they wanted him to deny me
Today, I celebrate every strong lady out there who has experience birthing and nurturing unplanned pregnancy. I see you. I feel your pain. I have experienced it too. I celebrate you. You are Strong. You are Powerful. You are Beautiful. Forget about what the society says and focus on God's plan for your life.
I am the Bravest of Hearts I am the Strongest of Souls
I am not where I used to be. My name is Peju Adekunle
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