the audacity of being a nigerian daughter

I do not know who Yobaere is. She gives some clues in her article about being a lady in Nigeria, still under the discipline of her father, after she has studied abroad. ‘Highlandblue’ has written her story, he put her and many others in the spotlight. 

There are many Yobaere’s around in Nigeria. So it is worthwhile to read her story (eh, his story). 


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I enjoy reading about Africa. New books. Old books. By African writers. By non-African writers. Novel. History. Travel. Biographies. Autobiographies. Politics. Colonialism. Poetry.

One thought on “the audacity of being a nigerian daughter

  1. Wow, word. Always like hanging out here and reading what’s on your radar.

    By the way, you’ve been chosen as one of today’s nine blogs in That’s So Jacob’s Ninth Month Blog Challenge (! I challenge you to find nine blogs you find interesting and give them a comment to brighten their day…well, eight other blogs and mine 🙂 Copy this message in your comment and enjoy your new blog friends!


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