Monthly Archives: August 2017

KENNEDY EKEZIE (CYCWR FOUNDER’S) ADDRESS AT UNITED NATIONS YOUTH ASSEMBLY – AUGUST 11TH 2017

Who really am I? Every one of us in this hall today have asked ourselves that question at one point or the other in our lives, but today, I ask this question in a pretty different sense. As a young man and student, thinking about the future, it has happened to me to ask myself […]

REJOINDER TO “SLUT SHAMING, GENDER PERCEPTIONS/ STEREOTYPE ON WOMEN AND SOCIETAL STIGMA OF MISTRESSES” (By Amaka Madu)

REJOINDER TO “SLUT SHAMING, GENDER PERCEPTIONS/ STEREOTYPE ON WOMEN AND SOCIETAL STIGMA OF MISTRESSES”  By Amaka Madu (marylynemadu@gmail.com)   A while ago, I wrote an article condemning RAPE. Some people took it with mediocrity. I tagged some individual and put up names in comment sections. People didn’t seem too affected and didn’t repost. I spoke […]

IDENTITY AND “THE DANGER OF A SINGLE STORY”-(BY NANI AJAH)

It was a typical Wednesday afternoon in Calabar, Nigeria. The weather was scorching hot and the power was out so being cooped up inside my JSS3 (9th grade) classroom was not helping. A few of my friends and I started a game of tag, chasing one another around the room and I climbed some desks to […]

DEAR NIGERIANS, WOMEN ARE NOT INFERIOR-(BY GIDEON ONAH)

A lion was born and left without care by his lion-family for whatsoever reason. Fortunately for the young cub, he was found and adopted by a sheep family and then brought up in the tradition of sheep. Unfortunately for the lion his self-identity was that of a sheep. Thus he was scared by whatsoever scares […]