Tag: Oluwatoyin Salau

Edwin OkoloJune 22, 2020

If we want Seyitan Babalola safe, men must honestly address our collective privilege

Last week, Nigerian women as a collective mourned the death of Oluwatoyin Salau. Death is the tamest way to describe ...

Op-Ed EditorJune 15, 2020

First, it was a pandemic and now, a panicdemic | The #YNaijaCover

Women have always experienced rape and sexual cases but during this time of coronavirus, where people are largely at home, ...

Chinedu OkaforJune 15, 2020

#JusticeforToyin: Death of 19-year-old activist heightens call for end to injustice

Anywhere you are in the world, if you are a black individual, you are no doubt bewildered, infuriated or depressed ...

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