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LOUD WHISPERS: Moremi Clinic

LOUD WHISPERS: Moremi Clinic

In April 2019, I was invited to a seminar at the Ekiti State Ministry of Justice by the State Attorney-General, Hon Wale Fapounda. The seminar was about how to focus efforts on the needs of survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV). Wale, my husband, and I go back a long way with regards […]

LOUD WHISPERS: Talk and Action

LOUD WHISPERS:  Talk and Action

For most of last week and over the weekend, I took part in a number of webinars, television appearances, radio interviews well as Instagram and Facebook live sessions. My birthday was June 11th, so some of the discussions were organised around that. I was shocked when my media assistant did the tally and I realised […]

LOUD WHISPERS: Present In The Present

LOUD WHISPERS: Present In The Present

If there is one thing I was grateful for during the early days of the COVID19 lockdown, it was the time I had to myself. Due to the fact that I had to go into self-isolation for 14 days because I had just returned from a trip, there was nowhere to go. For two weeks […]

AW: How To Deal With Post-COVID Depression

AW:  How To Deal With Post-COVID Depression

It’s no longer news that a lot of people have been relieved of their jobs during this COVID-19 era, but it’s even more saddening, in point of fact, that more people will be relieved of their jobs as we gradually approach the post-pandemic era. Did you lose a loved one? Your partner just broke up […]

AW : The Bitter Lessons Of Education

AW : The Bitter Lessons Of Education

I can never forget in a hurry, those days of thinking I could survive without education, but now that I remember those days of stack ignorance and mediocrity, I just thank God I eventually snapped out of my impossible dreams. “School na scam abeg Jo, who school help in this 21st century “ that’s what […]

Our Mother General @ 57

Our Mother General @ 57

Our Mother General! We celebrate a woman who’s carried everyone on her shoulders. There is not white, black, indigene or foreigner in her books. Everyone is equal.  She has the key to everyone’s heart. She knows how to deal with you according to your ability. She doesn’t see anyone as a weakling. She sees the […]

In Her 30s – Hello, Rape Apologists

In Her 30s – Hello, Rape Apologists

‘In her 30s’  This is the place where I share my daily ordeal with y’all on a weekly basis. I try to talk to you cos I feel y’all can relate with me or will be able to relate with me. You are welcome! Let me formally introduce myself; My name is Miriam. I am an […]

The Story Corner : Na this Matter We Dey Settle

The Story Corner : Na this Matter We Dey Settle

On this street of social media, we cannot have enough. it is not possible. Live sessions upon live sessions, revealing secrets upon secrets. So, some days back I gave you the gist about an ace producer that was called out by one female musician and all of that… This producer has come out to defend […]

LOUD WHISPERS: Mercy

LOUD WHISPERS: Mercy

The baby girl is so beautiful. With her eyes closed and a blanket keeping her warm, she looks like an angel. I was asked to give her a name. I named her Anuoluwa – God’s Mercy. Mercy. That is what she has received. Anyone staring at this lovely bundle of joy would never have imagined […]

In Her 30’s : The Woman Is Not Ready

In Her 30’s :  The Woman Is Not Ready

‘In her 30s’  This is the place where I share my daily ordeal with y’all on a weekly basis. I try to talk to you cos I feel y’all can relate with me or will be able to relate with me. You are welcome! Let me formally introduce myself; My name is Miriam. I am an […]

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