I have so many dreams.One of them of course is to do something for under-privilege girls both in my community and in the world.
2013 VOF Week 4
Nothing can be compared to a burning passion, it keeps burning and seeking opportunities to explore. This passion is what I have for journalism,as I regard it as first love.
When I think about the future, I see more opportunities for women to have their voices heard opening up.
The Nigerian society has evolved, although our laws, social amenities/structure and attitude do not really promote and encourage an inclusive society for everyone including marginalized populations.
Bam bam bam The drums roll “It’s a baby girl!, exclaims the father, “May our ancestors be praised for this wonderful gift” replies the uncle,
A Woman’s Vision
Rape is perhaps an under-reported crime in all schools across the country and in the Nigerian society in general.
My personal vision is that of being a plural being, open to possibilities but not losing my sense of self. This leads to a personal dilemma arises on what facet to adopt and what to discard.
My journey is a walk to redemption, I see myself as being part of an invisible movement in which we are all foot soldiers matching towards making the world a better place.
As a girl, I was one of those whom circumstances forced to grow into adults before their time.