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Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

There Are No Innocents Here By Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

A couple of months ago I was coming back from Kuje, an Abuja suburb, when I stopped along the way to buy some mangoes. A friend who gave me a ride in her car the previous weekend had told me about the reddish big mangoes and how delicious they were.

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Many Weddings…Few Marriages – Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

  You have got to enjoy Nigerian weddings, if you like plenty drama, that is. There are usually surplus of that, often, from both sides of the couple. We’ve heard stories of how such wedding-day dramas would eventually haunt the couple as long as the marriage would last. Of course,

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This Table We Are Not Shaking – Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

  When Winnie Madikizela Mandela passed on recently the world rose to honour the passing of a great woman. Uncommon courage was celebrated by friends and foes alike. A life characterized by almost unending sacrifice was recognized and applauded. However, each time I hear Nigerians, especially those belonging to our

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What’s A Woman’s True Worth?

She was young when they got married. He was a teacher but she had never seen the four walls of a school. However, she craved so much to get formal education. He promised he would ensure she got one after marriage. But it didn’t work out exactly that way.  Shortly

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Lest We Trivialise Rape

About two weeks ago, one of Nigerian’s most dedicated anti-rape activists, Itoro Eze-Anaba, made history when she became the first Nigerian to receive the Commonwealth Point of Light Award from Queen Elizabeth 11 of England. For those who are not conversant with Eze-Anaba and her activities, I will do a

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