The post you are about reading is inspired by General Olusegun Obasanjo's "I See Hope" Though am too young to say that the Nigeria our past heroes left us with is better than the Nigeria we find ourselves today, what I heard as legend have it is that the country then was one peaceful place… Continue reading We Must Keep Hope Alive
“The mistake we make is in thinking rape isn’t premeditated, that it happens by accident somehow, that you’re drunk and you run into a girl who’s also drunk and half-asleep on a bench and you sidle up to her and things get out of hand and before you know it, you’re being accused of something… Continue reading Date Rape: the untold pain of victims (part two)
“Whether the woman shares the man's passion or not, whether she is willing or unwilling to satisfy it, she always repulses him and defends herself, though not always with the same vigour, and therefore not always with the same success.”― Jean-Jacques Rousseau. What came over him? Was it my dressing or his predetermined passions and… Continue reading Date Rape: the untold pain of victims (part one).
Children are sacred creatures and we can have them as they come. This is the general notion of most Africans who have made their women major producers even in spite of the hardship that has plagued the continent. Sacred as these creatures are from God, they ceased to be ours the moment they step into… Continue reading introspection on parenting