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She’s bent on changing the world
Jacintha Bent, Nigerian feminist

Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari recently courted controversy for describing his nation’s youth as lazy and dependent. Jacintha Bent is a bright young thing whose work challenges that notion. She tells Osemome Ndebbio why the women of her country  must hold their half of the sky. Jacintha, we have followed your *blog and read your works for a while now. They are quite engaging. Tell us more about yourself and what inspired you to research women’s issues? Thank you very…

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Out of the Chamber of Death: Conversation with Patrice Nganang
Patrice Nganang, writer and human rights activist

Patrice Nganang is an award-winning writer and a thorn in the side of Cameroon’s 35-year-old government. Fresh out of jail, and something of an exile these days, the professor gives Ngum Ngafor a lecture on how his country must change. Hello Prof Nganang and thank you for agreeing to speak to The Village Square Journal. Our country has been in a political deadlock for almost two years now. Some argue that it is essentially a governance problem. What are…

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