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How I Landed In Abuja…My Mom

One day like that in 2013, in the early hours of the day, my mom had called me on phone from her bedroom. “Moromoke, come to my room”, she said. I rubbed my foggy eyes. It was characteristic of my mom to […]

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About Unsolicited Advices

Dad said he wanted to leave Abuja in 2019. He was on contract and it had been renewed every two years for nine years. He said he came to work with my Lord the president (who just retired) According to him “Once […]

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In Commemorating The International Day Of The Girl Child

In commemoration of the international day of the girl child which has long passed, let me tell you about the few times I’ve been marginalised because of my gender. And each time it happened, it hurt deeply. First was when we were […]

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Those Things I Thought I Lost

One time in 2015, I turned down an opportunity to work with the United Nations Women Office, Abuja. I had applied for an internship position at the time I was putting finishing touches to my Masters degree program at the Ahmadu Bello […]

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It’s Been A Tiring Week, Honestly

People saw me dressed in black today again, a friday for that matter and someone said “You are sitting?” I said yes. It is 7.16am from here. I’m already on my way to work. The alarm woke me by 4.30am and I […]

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A Reason For My Absence

It’s been a while here. I wrote some thoughts down but I couldn’t get round to publishing it. Now, everything I wrote has been overtaken by events. My attention was swept away by almost two weeks of activities following the retirement activities […]

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