A young lady refuses to allow her past determine her future, as she leads fight against HIV/AIDS. Infected with HIV through blood transfusion at the tender age of 12, now 24, GLORIA ASUQUO has left regret and has risen to an optimistic and ambitious young lady. @authenticnicky
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If you follow me on Instagram, you will notice, I put up my pastor and coach's picture last weekend because I was heart broken. He is Pastor Goodheart Ekwueme, the outgone (as much as I hate to use that) resident pastor of my local assembly in Abuja. I and all those who knows him, are going to miss him soooooooo much, it hurts.
It's been a tough past week so I am grateful for Sunday heralding a new week. I have been burdened to create a Code of Conduct for members of the League of Extraordinary Men (LExM) on Facebook. So while I couldn't attend service, I sat down and wrote this down on my note pad, then typed it. This came in a bid to begin to restructure the group to ensure it is serving the right purpose and the right men.
Quite some fuss has been on about this man in picture MnomboMadyibi who was allegedly hit with a bottle of wine and also suffered attempted
suffocation using a red and white teddy bear. But as expected it did not get as
much attention like if the switch was fixed (the experience being that of the
woman). We must know that if men keep being treated like non humans,
even the violence against women we usually fight for, will only increase
astronomically, since after all a woman must live and find her fulfilled being
married to a man or at least living and being in relationships with them.