Chapter 3: Citizenship What exactly makes us citizens of this great nation? What does it mean to be a child of the soil, to be a bearer and representative of the bold green white green? Where are you from? Who is your father? Who is your mother? These are questions we are heavily inundated with […]
It has been quite the educational journey learning about these historical women that paved the way for the female leaders of the #EndSars protests…
‘I am she who is called Pelewura…. . I will not starve in the country I was born in.’
The Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a State based on the principles of democracy and social justice…
‘If a woman had been among those killed (by the colonial administrators) the British women in Aba would have all been killed!’
Like every great story, this one has a beginning, and here it is. The first chapter of the Nigerian constitution is about the structure and system of the country. It is what makes Nigeria a federation.
‘If I don’t know book, I know rights…’
Nigeria’s constitutional history is most definitely worth examining and understanding.
‘As for the charges against me, I am unconcerned. I am beyond their timid lying morality and so I am beyond caring.’
‘Although not talked about as much, there are several women from our past who played key and pivotal roles in various movements.’