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She held me and said I shouldn’t shout that people would laugh at me if I did so

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So, the day before yesterday we went to my maternal home for a family meeting.

When we got there I sat under an avocado tree pressing my phone and also discussing with one of my cousins sitting next to me.

Though not only our families were present other people were there too.

Me and my cousin were still sitting down when I noticed there were ants where I sat.

Before I could notice it some had started climbing on my body.

I called my cousin’s attention and told her ants were here.

She looked and saw them, already those that entered my clothes had already started to bite me.

I wanted to scream because they were too much and it hurt.

She held me and said I shouldn’t shout that people would laugh at me if I did so.

I agreed. We kîlléd all the ants on the floor but the ones on my body were there biting me.

I couldn’t help it so I shouted and people gathered and they helped me get rid of those ants and I was taken inside they had to apply something on my body.

Some were laughing at me because of how I was screaming and running about.

What am I trying to say?

“What you consider a conducive atmosphere may be suffocating to someone else.”

When we’re going through a difficult situation, people will advise us to stay calm and keep a level head.

“People may be close by, but they don’t know what you’re going through or how to help.”

“Be wary of advice given by those who don’t understand your situation. It is only you who is experiencing it truly know what it’s like.”

Don’t always be strong and calm learn to cry for help.

“People may laugh at you for crying out, but there are some who will hear you when you cry.”

A problem shared is a problem solved don’t let motivational speakers tell you otherwise.

Speak out or keep calm and dié in silence.

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In Nigeria, not everyone can actually defend their certificate. However, on the other hand, it’s still not an excuse, especially for a law student

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Pictures have come out to prove that this lady actually graduated.

But the question remains: could it be stage fright or something else that made her make so many blunders?

In Nigeria, not everyone can actually defend their certificate. However, on the other hand, it’s still not an excuse, especially for a law student.

But the pastor was so wrong to shush her that way. Even if her testimony was fake, she is a member and deserves some respect. Why not let her finish, then call her aside to allow her to explain herself?

The lady actually agreed that it’s LLB in law in front of the congregation when the pastor asked her if it’s LLB or BSc in law.

He is supposed to apologize to the lady for the way he spoke to her.

This is proof to everyone that school is not a scam.

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My dream has always been to marry a white man, Every woman wanted this white man but he chose me. am so excited

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My dream has always been to marry a white man, Every woman wanted this white man but he chose me. am so excited,

Marrying a dark person has always been my worse fears. So many girls are crying & praying for this opportunity just to get what I have. Its not easy to have a white man as a husband, every girl’s dream right now is to be like me..

I Love my husband so much and I’ll always be by his side

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If you are ready to be disown, just try to go pack your things, when you hear, leave my house now. Your mind go touch ground

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So I see how children nowadays, will misbehave and when the parents touch them, they insult their parents and pack out.

I’m leaving, I’m leaving your house, it’s baffling and in always flabbergasted and I laugh. And the parents will start begging them to stay back, of looking for them.

Dem no born your papa well, I say, dem no born your papa, in those days, try am you go regret your life.

If you are ready to be disown, just try to go pack your things, when you hear, leave my house now. Your mind go touch ground

Who born you those days.

So one day, I was 18 or 19, if I’m not mistaken, I went out with my friends to their place to study. But I stayed till late at night, I think past 9 or to 10.

I was actually with a friend, a boy that was crushing on me. So I forgot myself and the time.

When I got home, when there was no phone to be enough for even adults then.

I came back late, the door and everywhere was already locked. Some of my siblings were already asleep, my dad.

He doesn’t sleep until everyone is complete in the house, I came back, I was sweating from anus.

When I realized what I’ll be getting into literally, I was just sneaking.

As I knocked at the door, I get headache already, because I know say, nobody go save me.

My father stand come open door, he was even welcoming and embracing me. Have you eaten? Are you sure you’re fine?.

Aah, na Jesus wan come likdis abi na me dey confuse my confusion likdis?. I said in my mind.

Na greetings and food that man ask me so, abi na my ear and brain dey pain me?.

In the morning, because if they allow your destructive punishment till morning, you will finish your own chores before it starts.

I finished everything, when it was time for food, that was when my father called me, I answered. I thought he wanted to send me on errand or something.

I smile dey go answer. Okay where are you coming from, abi where were you yesterday.

I said. Sir? I mean I went to study with my friends sir, for our exams waec.

He said to me. You don’t mean it, it’s alright, I’m coming. Because my father cannot slap you, if he does, you will see the other side of life.

He carry long cane, hold my hands, he finished the long cane on my bumbum and all my body. Oh God, I cried, I called Jesus.

For where, Jesus don comot hand for my matter that time, he say make nobody call am abeg.

When he finished destroying and giving me sense, he asked that I should go and pack my things and leave his house.

That I have started knowing me, as I was staying over in a man’s house, I will go and show him my boyfriend.

Which boyfriend, abi I wan die? I know boyfriend that time?.

Because of the beatings, I gather mind, go pack my things. I just carried my one ghana must go that time.

Na best traveling back be that, those days, most expensive sef. I carry, cry no gree me see road well, my father no talk, he just dey look me.

As I comot come, I just land one leg for one step, as I wan land for the other step. See slap from nowhere…waaaaam for my ear. A very serious brain resounding and resetting slap.

It grab all my face, jor and ears and neck, before I say, Jesus is lord and jack robbinson. Another one, waaaaaam.

So you’ve grown, you had the guts to go out with a boy in this life at this age, and in this house, your father punish you.

Said you should leave his house, instead of apologizing, you dare went in to take the clothes. That you didn’t buy even panties for yourself.

Now drop all the clothes I bought for you and your father did, panties and all, get out of the house.

My father said, are you joking with her?  She will meet me. He continue eating his food.

See beatings, dem ask you to pack out of the house and you were packing to leave. Leave to where? Which of my sister’s house or your uncle.

You dare not, you will sleep on the road and inside gutter, idiot. Unam ikot, etok mfem (cockroach).

Get out of here, leave my house now, you have grown, hair in your armpit has entered your brain.

Before she finished, my father came back. Beatings seriously. I asked you to leave my house, instead of to plead, you pack out.

You dare went inside and pack your things? Now get out, idiot.

My brothers and sisters, na me use my legs carry the Ghana must go bag, go out back inside. Correct beating with pleading.

If you see as I dey crawl back inside dragging my ghana must go for hand, I enter kitchen pack all the plates everybody used chop that morning.

I wash everything, I find work dem no send me, with tears, if my parents for take forgive me.

No food for me that day, for that singular insult. For even daring packing my things to go where sef first first.

I regret my life, I regret going out, I regret, daring to go pick.

All my mind, I fit say, my papa go shout me say, come back abeg, I was joking.

Who born you, I mean who raised you, to dare think, such miracle will happen, in those days?.

In our days, you dare not do anyhow, you do anyhow, you go see anyhow.

My people of God, since that day. If anybody misbehave and they beat you, and either my father or mother said, leave my house.

Na that time you go enter kitchen go find work wey dem no send you do, still dey beg dey kneel down beg.

I those days, home training was the best and we appreciate our parents of those days.

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