Tomi is a final year undergraduate in Social Work at the University of Ilorin. Based in West Africa, her environment and experiences have influenced her passion for pro-life advocacy and defense.
She uses her blog, Women Life Magazine to discuss pressing issues about women and children and recommend policies on promoting the dignity and worth of every person.
Like most of the world nations, Nigeria recorded increasing positive Covid-19 cases in early 2020 and immediately went into lockdown. This was seen as the main reason behind the relatively
In the first part of this essay, I discussed the evolution, nature and purpose of marriage and compared it with the millennial era and generations preceding it. In this second
Mental disorders are just as severe as physical illnesses. In the last few years, international bodies, health advocates and campaigners have tried to create attention around mental health recognizing it
There are many controversies about the millennial generation. The lifestyle choices and differences between millennials and other preceding generations continue to be a topic of discussion. In this two part
In February 2020 when the novel coronavirus first hit Nigeria, the people were quite indifferent about it. Not that they cared less about their health but they had other equally life-threatening
The coronavirus pandemic in its entirety has been an unpleasant experience. In some countries, the spillover effect of the pandemic has even been more threatening than the virus itself. The
The coronavirus pandemic has given more opportunity for family time, but unfortunately, this may also be leading to another crisis: child abuse and child deaths. Between Tuesday, March 17 and
Insecurity in Nigeria is no news. Too often, reports of violence continue to feature at the forefront of national dailies. In fact, Nigeria has been ranked the fifth (5th) least peaceful country
Sometimes when I am deep in thoughts, I think about how wealthy my father would become. Being a Nigerian father of four daughters, my father has the potential to be
In my second article of the Black lives truly matter series, I discussed the racist and worse-than-slave treatment blacks experience in other African countries, particularly Libya. Although Libya has an