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LETTERS FROM HOME

Content or Comfortable?

Growing up, one of the values that was deeply ingrained in us was contentment. My mother taught us to be satisfied with what we had and never compare it with that of the next person. Being the last child who was born when others had borne the brunt of growing up in a low-class African …

MY REVIEWS

Book Review: Every Youth

Title: Every Youth Author: Nnamdi Ozioko Year of Publication: 2018 Pages: 138   When was the last time you read a book? Nnamdi says in Every Youth that a lot of people not only graduated from the University but graduated from reading too. I hope this doesn’t describe you! No one should nurse a phobia …

YOUNG GIRLS FORUM

A Letter To Our Fathers

Some years ago, I stumbled on a post on the internet that asked the question: “Ladies, will you marry a man like your Father?” Because I had thought of it myself and my answer was in the negative, I took my time to go through the comments and over 90% of responses went South: “Hell …

LETTERS FROM HOME

Misplaced Priorities

Hello Lovelies, Today, I will be sharing my thoughts on a subject that has been on my heart for a while. It’s about our priorities in life. Our lives can get cluttered, and filled with so much stuff that we sometimes can’t pick out the things that really matter. We easily mix things up and …

LETTERS FROM HOME

The harassment in our homes

Some time ago, I anchored a mini debate where teenagers where to argue for or against Technological advancements with focus on the impact of audio-visual media on youths. It was an interesting one and it got me thinking. Before I share my thoughts, I would like to ask you some rather personal questions, I hope …