Here’s how to gain ”respect” as a female in Naija

I am a huge proponent of women’s rights and more importantly, cultural re-orientation. If you want to get my blood boiling, just bring up a few cultural issues, and watch me take you on. Anyway, a like-minded friend and fellow blogger recently wrote a piece that made all the difference to me! You absolutely must read it and share your thoughts. You can’t be silent oh, I want to hear from you on this one…

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My encounter with stroke… Part 2

I lay on the hospital bed for another two days without any form of movement, but I was in constant pain. At some point, I felt an itch on my left leg, the itch moved up my feet, to my ankle, and then all the way to my thighs, it kept moving up, until I felt it on my side, and then I felt it in the palm of my hands, through my finger.

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The Baker…the concluding part

I walked past my office, not even giving my door a second glance. “Don’t you have anything you want to pick up?’ Mr Ronald said coldly behind me, ”No, I have everything I need in my pocket, I can pick other stuff tomorrow” I said trying to feel optimistic. By this time, everywhere was deserted, we got to the parking lot, and I began feeling my pockets for my car keys, the keys were there, I could hear them jingle and I was pretty sure Mr Ronald could hear them too. I tried to stall hoping someone would show up and at least give me hope, but no one came. Suddenly Mr Ronald called out to me, I turned around, felt a sharp blow to my head, and I passed out.

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