I'm in the aftermath of reading Doaa's tragic recount of her experience in the Syrian war in Melissa Flemming's A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea, and Oprah Winfrey's What I Know For Sure, and I am shaken to...
I am an African woman. And men are not my enemies. Quite frankly, I am incomplete without a man.
Akínwùmí Ìṣọ̀lá’s Ogún Ọmọdé (Twenty Children) written in 1990 and published by University Press, Ibadan, is a collection of nostalgic stories about a pastoral Yoruba childhood. The Yorùbá title is taken from an indigenous proverb - Ogún ọmọdé ‘ò...
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