You will laugh, you will cry, you will learn. These stories are curated with love.

A Letter To Little Yoms

I think about my younger self a lot, sometimes I laugh when I remember her, other times I cringeeeee …
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Mama Ejinma

Mama Ejinma, That’s what they called me, When I announced that I was pregnant, My mother danced around the village, Shook her waist adorned with golden beads, She said her Chi has finally looked upon her.   My husband killed 4 cows, Shared them to the Ummuna, My Queen is going to …
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Budget? Abuja?

Secret Santa is here with a few tips and tricks for going out on a budget in Abuja, you don’t always have to break the bank to enjoy or treat yourself . My emphasis is on Abuja because I have lived here most …
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Happy New Year? Life Update!

Taking a few seconds to clear up the cobwebs here, I’m even choking a bit, this place is so dusty. I’m here because my younger brother called me from uni and is still on phone with me while I type this, I’m 5 …
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Iyawo

Aduke wake up, I struggled to sit up, My eyes were sore from crying, My knees were weak from begging, I cannot believe today is the day. Aduke I’m so jealous of you, You’re getting married before all of us, Today is the day o, Everyone is here for you, You will …
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Alexa, why am I a feminist?

Talking about my feminism can stretch for days on days honestly. The ironic part is I did not just wake up one morning and decide oh Yoms, you are going to be a feminist today, had absolutely nothing to do with that. I …
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Ugandan Blues

  Hello Miremba,  Your mum and I are forever proud of you. Thank you for removing shame from our eyes. My sweet Baba, The kindest man I’ve ever known. He would lie on his back, To let people walk over him. I miss him you know, Everyday I miss him. Crisis hit Uganda, Baba …
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