Domestic Violence

The children are more affected. What they see they learn and adapt. Lets help them to reduce it’s roots.

Many times when someone hears the word domestic violence the first thought that comes to their mind is that man who beats up their wife on a daily. It is on rare occasions that people think about the battered men . But this is because most men can not come up to the public and say “my wife beat me up”.  In Africa, it is losing respect if your wife beats you up. You are considered weak.
Leaving the mystery of the victims, people forget about the children who grow up seeing their parents fighting each every other day, quarreling and doing all sorts of violent things to each other. Sometimes that anger is passed onto the children and  in the long run these children are affected.They can not associate with others peacefully because each time their father has an issue with the mother or vice versa, its about fighting. Therefore, such a child ends up being brutal  and a poor listener because they think if you have a long hand, that is all you need to get what you want or solve your problems.


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Day 27 – Favorite Recipe

Am not so much of a good cook but I love the recipe for pilau. Now that it is even the Ramadan period you guys would want to try out pilau prepared 

  • Ginger
  • Cooking oil
  • Garlic
  • Onions
  • Salt
  • Water

Well, I wish I would explain these more but am that bad of a cook. 

31 day blogging challenge post 27. Things are tough. 

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An old photo 

Day 26 | 31 day blogging challenge

“Post an old photo of you” ………… Am uploading one of those pictures I took when what I would not want to call “fat”, okay a time in my life when I had way too much flesh. Haha!!! Everyone kept asking “what are you eating?” The vice versa qtn is when I lost weight. 

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Still on this online journalism class……What do you guys think?