Tara's Diary

We all need therapy – Tara Aisida

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  1. Sọjí Wey says:

    Tárá, as I read this, I find myself thinking, “who feels it knows it”. I have to admit that living several thousand miles away from ground zero, my sense of chagrin and outrage was cushioned by my remoteness. Still, albeit by proxy, I felt the pain and the sense of despondency, as I have family and friends who lived the events in real time and continue to do so.

    While I completely agree with your exhortation for therapy, the question remains, “what then”?

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if this momentum didn’t wane, but instead gave rise to a strong political will and force to eject out of Nigeria’s polity, the current crop of ne’er-do-wells that led to this development in the first place?

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