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#SurvivorSeries: Abused, Rejected……. but I’m a Survivor – by Omowonuola Maja @OmowonuolaMaja

Here is My Story! I was abused as a child, got rejected after years in higher institution and went through several stages of depression. I’m gradually getting better and hoping for better days. I’m telling you this story to reach ...

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#SurvivorSeries: Almost Raped At 15 – by Tolulope Morayo @finegurl

Here’s a little story about how I was almost raped at the age of fifteen. I’m sharing this, to further help in the fight against this deadly scourge and encourage those who have had this almost-experience or the actual-experience to ...

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My Brother, Odunayo Kila….…

My Brother, Odunayo Kila….… I will never forget my brother. He would have been 40 this year, this day. I am getting better. Please meet my brother, in whom I am infinitely proud of. I cannot believe I still walk ...

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Nigerians: Guilty As Charged? By Debo Adejugbe

“Then Peter said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk.” Acts 3 vs 6. “It’s not what you do once in ...

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King Woodruff and his blood guards (Part 5) by Debo Adejugbe

Part 1 is here: http://t.co/bDawOyT8 Part 2 is here: http://t.co/wKhBdNke Part 3 is here: http://t.co/9zIccmdH Part 4 is here: http://wp.me/p2zvzx-dr And there came a time in the land of wazobia, when king Woodruff wanted to celebrate the freedom of his ...

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HILLSBOROUGH: A Lesson For Nigerians by Debo Adejugbe

On the 15th of April 1989, 96 people lost their lives at the Eponymous football stadium in Sheffield, England. The football match involving Nottingham Forest and Liverpool had to be called off when two seriously overcrowded pens caused a stampede ...

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