We Are Not Coordinated: In Commemoration of Human Rights Day

By Amatesiro Dore My fifty-four year old boss, Dorothy Aken’Ova, is a breast cancer survivor/awareness campaigner, veteran human rights activist and renowned firebrand of Minna who fights against toxic patriarchy, rights infringements, child marriages, domestic violence and other negative northern Nigerian indexes, archaic practices and every form of injustice. For almost three decades, she has…

Early Detection Saves Lives

By Amatesiro Dore Mrs E was the Lagos head of a global courier company. Her twenties were devoted to work, church and the pursuit of happiness which finally came in her thirties after she met a man, who loved her, accepted her spiritual beliefs, supported her dreams of professional excellence and made her a proud…