Where could it be she wondered. I just had it a minute ago, right here in my old wallet. Was it two weeks or a month now? Oh God! She seem not […]
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Postpartum Depression- A Battle with Appearance after Birthing.
“The sudden manner in which women transform in appearance is the same way childbirth although slightly accounted for, marvels the eyes.” X pj Following childbirth, most women become diffident of the stains […]
Reevaluating your reflection through people’s eyes.”The Public Mirror”
“When a child see’s shame in his mothers eyes, it should be a reflection of the disappointments she never planned for and a reason to summon changes in a person.” X pj Even […]
Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance; Where is his Body?
It saddens my heart that we still live in a world were criticism, which one way or the other involves and produces new ideas and methods, cannot be taken by rulers of […]
Sexual Abuse; Why women stay quiet.
Sexual abuse or harassment of any kind, partly moulds a girl into the woman she becomes in the future. To some, it might be what encourages the feeling to be successful. While […]
The Human Trafficking Business; Limiting this Barbaric Act
The fall of any man has always been the making of his brother. X pj The trade of humans for the suppose of forced labour, extraction of human organs, commercial sexual exploitation […]
Insta players blog NAIJA; The squatter’s wrath.
Hello you. It is all fun and games with a laughter that caresses the cheeks during the initial dip in frosty waters. A soak that allows the skin to feel as though it […]
The Lion and The Bull; A fight not to be missed
Since the advent of our democracy, citizens at the lowest of the pyramid are yet to receive the gains attached to a democratic society due to the many setbacks positioned in fragile […]
5 Phrases to Reconsider
1. “Do you know who I am?” This pronouncement indicates a power struggle, which eventually leads to unfairness and discrimination. If you are to use these group of words in a complicated […]