Called to Witness

PS: The thoughts here are a product of a Monday morning rumination while waiting for my cup of coffee. Rambling thoughts? Maybe.  While in Nigeria, I always pondered about the effectiveness (and ‘rightness’) of some witnessing techniques like morning cry and street preaching. Are they still effective or

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New Beginnings

Hey dear,  Last week I shared why I’ve been away for such a long time. Today, I want to talk about new beginnings. While I was recovering from a miscarriage last year, I lost the zeal to pursue any of my many interests. On one

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An (Two) Empty Cradle

I have struggled for quite a while with how I want to share this story and if it should be told at all. While contemplating, I wrote a draft that mysteriously disappeared. I accepted it as a sign I shouldn’t tell this story but here

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How To Scam A Nigerian

After watching Tinder Swindler and Inventing Anna, Nigerians were all over the place saying it could never be them. Nigerians would hardly fall for romance scams especially one that would require them parting with their money – except FESTAC and Port Harcourt women. Our #BreakTheBias

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