Arise Oh Compatriot

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I do see some propaganda posts of “before and after” especially after a road has been fixed. The truth is that the reverse is the case. Government is supposed to be of the people by the people and for the people, what we see now is government by the aspirants for their party by their […]


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5 KEY FACTS FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) is a violation of human rights of women and children. According to WHO, more than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia where FGM is concentrated. It is mostly carried out in young girls from […]

You have glioblastoma

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You have glioblastoma… The words sounded in the head like the town-crier’s gong from the mother’s village. My heart dropped and it was as though whole world just collapsed. What? How? Why? So many questions and thoughts ran through my mind unchecked. How can I have this diagnosis at the summer of my life; I […]


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Permit me to define mutilation according to the Merriam Webster dictionary as ‘to cause severe damage to the body’. Now, that was just to make us understand the gravity of what we’re discussing today. World Health Organisation defines FGM as all procedures which involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, injury to […]

Towards An Able Future

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Our women and children needs to be emancipated from all that threatens their well-being in this world. Our women needs to be conscious of themselves so that they can raise children, adequately emancipated from the troubles of childhood and teen age. Our children need to be taught about the dangers of unhealthy living. Formal education […]


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THAT GIRL CHILD EDUCATION The success story of each and every of Sewa’s close childhood friend reads, “Thanks to Sewa, without whom I would not be where I am today.” This story makes us to ask, who is Sewa, what did she do? Where is Sewa today? And what could have happened to her? Sewa […]