Grey Hairs, A Sign of Wisdom?

By Felly Oyuga I think I have managed growing older pretty well so far. I will be 42 at the end of this year. No one prepares you for growing old. They say you will be wiser, calmer – some even say happier. I must have missed the memo. I do not know if I […]

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Main Chick Vs Side Chick

  • by Ayandola Ayanleke
  • Mar 22, 2019
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“He loves you, that’s why he is cheating behind your back and not to your face.” “No matter what he does, he will still come back to me.” “I am the main chick, the one he comes back home to. The side chicks are just lewd women he sleeps with.” How many times have we […]

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Catch Them Young

Not too long ago, an image of a tweet went viral on my timeline on Facebook. I was so impressed by the girl described in the tweet that I had to share the image as well. The tweet was from a woman who said she was having a talk with little children and she asked them […]

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Being A Battered Wife

By Joan Semanda.   Case in point: Beatrice Achola, age 28. Wife to Moses Olyel. Moses’ mother and father approached a traditional clan court in Oyam district, Uganda, over allegations that Beatrice was a witch-doctor. Upon hearing the accusations, the court sentenced Beatrice to 30 cane strokes in front of the village clan and her four […]

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Bitterness – The Death of Our Empowerment

By Attiya Karodia I am a realist, forced into the ideology after being subjected to both the best and worst of the world we live in. I therefore am very honest about what I like and what I think can be better, but my negativity is always laced with a way forward, a way to […]

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