‘But he said you were a woman; that he wouldn’t talk to you. That you should go and bring your husband, so they can talk man to man.’

See also http://edition.cnn.com/2015/06/30/africa/being-female-in-nigeria/

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African woman, lawyer, teacher, poet and researcher. Singer of songs, writer of words, very occasional dancer of dances. I seek new ways of interpreting the African experience within our consciousness to challenge static ideology.

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