My people! I am on my knees begging you all to forgive me for my grave abandonment. In fact, in the time we spent apart from each other, a baby could have been delivered *prematurely* lol. I won’t waste too much time but I am sorry for taking such a long hiatus without any explanation. As a final year student, senioritis was doing me bad and the laziness was real. Unfortunately, my blog suffered for that. The point is I am back, and we will continue our business as usual. Read more
This list is in no particular order. I compiled it because I know that there are women in Africa making great strides to bring about gender equality in our continent, and for that they should be appreciated. Read more
My people, how una dey? I hope everything is going well. This past week I got very sad news that the Nigerian Airforce had ordered a drone-strike on its own people. They said they thought it was Boko Haram terrorists, but that is simply unacceptable. Two days after, President Buhari left the country on a two week annual vacation. Who does that? I am so mad, but I am having fun on my trip. I decided to do a week by week breakdown of how Kenya has been. Read more
My people, how far? After traveling for 21 hours on the plane, 7 hours on a bus, and 3 days in general, I am relieved to let you all know that I am here. I am a frequent traveller, but I can tell you that this is the loooongest trip I have ever taken in my life. When we got to our destination, I did not feel like a human being at all. Let me take you back to the beginning of it all.
I know I have been out of it for a while, but the important thing is that I am back. First of all, I want to wish everybody a Happy New Year! It’s 2017 people. We made it out of 2016, and I could not be happier. Since this post is focused on my trip to Nigeria, I will wait for another to talk about my 2016 challenges and successes, and my hopes for 2017.
Nigeria is a strange place to live. Sexism is the order of the day. It has become so ingrained into our lives that even the most blatant cases of this illness go undiagnosed. The battle to dismantle the patriarchy is one that almost every country is currently fighting, and up until this week, I was certain Nigeria was making baby steps. I was wrong.
Hi everyone!!! It’s been a minute,but I’m back. So in preparation for the new school year, I dragged one of my friends out of her house to take us shopping(I have no car). I had been online shopping the weeks leading up to our trip. The reason why I hadn’t bought anything yet was because I didn’t understand the sizing chart for this store(RUE 21). Read more
So this post is a follow-up on last week’s post on setting goals. The title itself I got from this amazing speaker that I follow on youtube, Glory Edozien: How to Practice Contentment. As I was re-reading my post from last week, I thought to myself, ‘Adaora, these are actually good and practical ways of setting goals, and if all goes well, your goals would be achieved.’ But therein comes the problem, “if all goes well…” What if all doesn’t go well, or all isn’t going well as fast as you hoped, what happens then?
Hello wonderful people!!! So today I was working in the lab, and I asked my lab partner for the date so as to write on some culture tubes. He said 27th of June. Chai!!! 2016 has almost finished oo. Now, Now, now, the year has gone half way, and some of us are still thinking about the pepper soup from last year’s christmas holiday.
My mind immediately went to all the New Year’s Resolutions that I and many others made. I started thinking about the ones that have been accomplished, and the ones that were still in the works. to my surprise, a lot of them are steadily moving forward. Read more
My aunty told me that when I was younger, I really loved indomine noodles. She said that two people had to feed me at once because I would cry if there was no food in my dad, and my dad would inherently be one of them. As the ada of the house, I have always had my dad wrapped around my fingers.