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Last Breath (e02)

Last Breath (e02)

...She tried to picture the contents of Mama’s mind at the moment, but the crunchy sound of the cushion chair suddenly filled her ears. Mama was already on her feet and Mariah could hear her footsteps pounding closer...

Ali Ahmadu

Ali Ahmadu

....we all witnessed at the same airport Ali Ahmadu being taken away on a wheel chair, today to the Glory of God we are here to receive Ali Ahmadu, walking handsomely into our arms

I met a homeless addict and recognized my childhood friend.

I met a homeless addict and recognized my childhood friend.

Wanja Mwaura Is a Self-Employed Nurse from Lower Kabete, Central, Kenya and lives in Nairobi, Kenya. She met a homeless addict and recognized her childhood friend, so she decided then, that something needed to be done to help him. Favorite Quotes: God is good all the time

Redeeming the Future

Redeeming the Future

As the child grew, rap music began to filter into Nigeria and it became the fad. Parents, who often wanted their children to be referred to as the ‘new school’, cared less about the lyrics of the foreign songs their children were listening to. Parents seemed to be satisfied with the fact that the children were ‘entertaining themselves with the Walkman which they had bought for them but this was nothing short of a misplacement of priority.

Saving Africa

Saving Africa

You have to do more than go there and adopt a child or show us pictures of children with flies in their eyes.

Tales of Two Women

Tales of Two Women

In Nigeria, and most parts of Africa, child bearing is seen as what makes a woman. No matter her academic and financial successes a woman is not properly valued until she gives to her husband and family a child, preferably a son.