An HIV positive lady in South Africa has posted some encouraging and motivating words on her social media.
According to her, HIV might have changed her life, however she would never allow it limit her.
Rather than call herself a victim, she called herself an HIVictor.
She wrote in a post…
HIV might have changed my life, but i never would have allow it limit me
I am still standing
I am still alive
I am still queening
I am no victim
I am an #HIVictor
Busayo Adebisi, a Nigerian style and travel blogger, has taken to Instagram to show off a N50 ‘bend down select’ top she bought when she heard a woman adverting the top around Ikeja under bridge, Lagos.
Here is what she posted on her Instagram page, @princess_busayo below…
“T H R I F T S H O P P I N G
I was passing through ikeja underbridge at night with no plan of buying anything when I heard a woman shouting 50naira buy your top. Normal me would have just waka pass; like I’m too shy to bend down and select 50naira top. I don’t know what happened that day; maybe because I’ve been following too much looking chic on a budget bloggers. I just...
BringBackOurGirls group's convener, Oby Ezekwesili, was arrested and detained today by the FCT Police Command for unknown offences here.
In series of posts on her Twitter handle, @obyezeks, the former Minister of Education, said she was arrested alongside some members of the BBOG group.
According to her, Aisha Yesufu, Ms Maureen Kabrik, Jeff Okoroafor and four others were also arrested.
Reacting to the reported arrest, The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), in a statement via its Twitter page, demanded the immediate release of those arrested.
“The reported false imprisonment & detention of @obyezeks & members of @BBOG_Nigeria makes a mockery of @MBuhari’s claim that this govt is one of change that is governed by d rule of law. The authorities should immediately release them & allow them to freely exercise their rights.”
The Abuja Police command has now released the former Minister of Education and convener of...
A woman has had four balloons implanted under her skin to save her life because doctors fear the birthmark that covers half her face could become cancerous.
Xiao Yan needs the bizarre treatment to allow her to grow new tissue that doctors can use to graft onto her face when the birthmark is removed.
The 23-year-old, from Longjing Village in Guizhou Province in south-western China, suffers from congenital melanocytic nevus which affects just one in 500,000 people.
She now has to endure several months of coping with the balloons stretching her skin in four areas before she can have her 'new face', Daily Mail reports.
Medics at the Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital in East China took action after her facial mole began to cause her pain last March and they recognised the risk of cancer cell growth.
Statistics regarding how often congenital melanocytic nevus becomes cancerous vary, with higher figures suggesting 5-10 per cent...