I'm honestly short of words but this might be a long post....lol. I don't even know how to start but I sure have so much in my head I might explode if I sleep with it. The truth is when I saw sis
during the Lagos walk against rape I thought to myself Bubu you guys should do this in Ilorin, but as that complacent woman that would always need a push to do things I let the thought slide. I was Happy when madam
chatted me up to say the same thing a
nd I was soooo ready to work with her, we however had support of many and the walk was a success.
The past week has been a roller coaster ride, stucked between low funds and so many things to do within a short while, we got worried at some point and I almost said we should postpone the walk but for the support of our dear Ilorin friends and supporters we were able to make this happen.
I'm exited and humbled at the same time, I knew people were going to turn up but I did not believe it was going to be this smooth and impacting. We sure had fun amidst emotions and reactions we got from majority, thinking indecent dressing is responsible for rape and shouting us down to address indecent dressing, such perverts! Some were wondering if people still rape self. # scoofs
Special appreciation to those who supported this cause and left their busy schedule to walk the walk. My dear husband for the calm assurance that all was going to fall in place, (I turned the whole house upside down getting the kids ready very early today, this man did not mention it self. Thank you) I wish I could mention everyone, you all rock! To Mrs. Ologuntere of Road safety wives association I say a very big thank you ma (she got to the venue 7am). Madam long black evening dresses Kabirat Remilekun , Mopelola Adenike Sauban Lawal Khadijat Eyitanwa Nimota Aduke Louise Ada Ntamere Omobolanle Oyeniyi Gbadeyan Oluwatoyin Ajayi Ibiyeye Oluwatosin Komolafe Princess Dearluv Toyin Folaranmi Bilikis Oluwakemi Ajayi Ajayi and that your sweet friend (chai my head is doing overheating) I say a very big thank you for your financial and physical support. The world would be a better place with people like you in manifolds.
My co-commitee madam Otitoju Debbie Omolabake I covet your strength, that man I call pastor Eseun sir. Barr Folusho Oginni Liasu thanks for your support.
We look forward to a better society where there would be no rape cases or evil vices anymore.
# Black diamond foundation
# Justice for Mitchelle
# obrigado ! Merci! Daalu! Eseun! Thanks friends. We are humbled.