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the Painting, this Boy and his Love for the Artist
It started with a tweet. A
guy named Murphy with whom I had attended an arts show months earlier. ‘Artist needed. I look to
commission a painting’ then trails of short direct messages ensued; ‘I know a
guy, who knows a guy, who can hook you up’. It was Sund...

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How She Left
I notice it even as I eat,
or sit or walk; my motions are getting slower, more deliberate, purposeful
even. I hear the door handle twist violently, almost like the person who twists
it expects it to swing open. When it did not open, I hear an even louder kn...

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#ShapersCONNECT review
by Adejoh Idoko Momoh For
anyone who knows me, they know I’d never pass up on an opportunity to hear El-Nathan speak. He isn’t just a phenomenal writer, he is also true; his
honesty is brutal in an ‘I-don’t-care-if-it-hurts’ kind of way. When
I got the #Sha...

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The WAIT
www.doctorschannel.com By Adejoh Idoko Momoh. ‘The hardest part… the most difficult part of anything really
is the wait’ It makes you see things, think things you have no business
thinking. For me it was a lump in the back, slightly beneath my right shoulde...

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A patient’s tale
Source: www.abujatimes.com Adejoh Idoko Momoh ‘It was a little harder this time’,
most people don’t understand this when I tell it and there’s good reason not
to. After all, I always wore a smile, was first to assure I’d be fine in no
time and was out of th...

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It is a Woman Thing
By Adejoh Idoko Momoh. I started out this month watching Selma: ‘the Martin Luther
Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights’ movie and I found it fitting that
I write about lessons from it. This and the fact that it is women’s history month
informs the f...

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Nigeria’s Broken Children
SOURCE: www.marcusbleasdale.com By
Adejoh Idoko Momoh. Do you
know Nigeria has an internally displaced population of 3.3million? And most of
these displaced people are women and children? As things are these 3.3 million
people are only the officially regist...

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Television show review: How Hannibal and I are alike.
By Adejoh Idoko Momoh. As someone who has had experience feasting on raw flesh, it
is hard to imagine how watching the television series 'Hannibal' upset me so
much; it is after all about a psychopath forensic psychiatrist ‘Hannibal
Lecter’ who after grueso...

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Airline Review: The New Spirit of Africa
‘Why Ethiopian?'  and I immediately knew why she
asked. I heard the gory stories too; from plane seats that had tear marks from
wear to aircrafts that made a wiggling sound just as you take off and the food;
horrible awful food. In the end of what was a lon...
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