New realities

When my dad suffered a stroke in 2016, while he was in a coma after his surgery, I remember my mum having several meetings with the neurosurgeons and cardiologists so often. We were already on edge due to the nature of the situation so whenever I spoke to her, I’d always ask what the doctors … Continue reading New realities

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Growing up in Nigeria and hearing people speak Hausa often around me, it was inevitable that the language will crawl up on me at some point, and it did, because a good portion of learning is subconscious. Hence why they often tell parents to be careful what their children are exposed to, because the environment … Continue reading Free extras