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.
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
“[They were] abusing us, raping us, killing us, selling us” “It was as if we weren’t human” – a West African on her experience in Libya written by Time. In
The Black Lives Matter discussion is very important and broad. As a result, I will be writing a series of articles discussing my thoughts about it. Over the centuries, people
The topic of abortion is very controversial even among feminists. The two major arguments are between the pro-choice activists who advocate for its legalisation and the pro-life supporters who defend