Overcoming gender disappointment
After finding out you are pregnant in the first place, discovering your baby’s gender is probably the most exciting time of your pregnancy. Whether you mean to or not ...
When it comes to agriculture, we need to talk about tradition
Here’s what I had for breakfast some days ago: Akara and Fura yoghurt. For dinner that same day, I ate pounded yam with Efo Riro and stew. In the evening, I also had ground nuts and drank a can of Orijin. Well, it may have been more than one can.
Women Equality Day 2016
Last month Hillary Clinton ‘put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet’ and made history by becoming the first female Presidential nominee of a major party in the US.
Cook, earn, pray. But don’t expect a happy marriage
I recently read a story titled The Habit Of Loving written by the irreplaceable Doris Lessing. The story was about an ageing man who, having been abandoned by first his wife and later his partner of many years ...
Female professionals, Csos call for active participation for women in politics
Following the low level of women’s turnout in the political space as well as the inability for government administrations at increasing the number of women occupying elective and appointive positions...
Amazing Amazons....Helping women have a voice
The reason I started this initiative was I had some experience as a woman at an early stage in my life and during those trying times in my life, I didn’t get any support from anywhere and couldn’t run to my family.
Inner wheel celebrates first Nigerian president, call for increased female participation
Oluwemimo Olasanya has called on women to join Inner Wheel in order to promote friendship, goodwill and resourcefulness in Nigeria and all over the world as a whole.
What will it take to be heard? On protests for racial, gender and class justice
When I was a little girl, I once decided to see how long I could stop speaking for. In my adult memory the time span of my muteness experiment extended over four, five days.