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Footprints of fighters - Issue 29

The Issue 29 of The Interview is a collection of the brave…

Interview cover - issue 29

This edition is a collection for the brave: those who live to fight and fight to live their convictions. Senator Magnus Abe is one of them. If democracy is free expression of choice, why should those who benefited from this virtue deny others?

The quagmire in the which the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has found itself in Rivers State, with Transport Minister Rotimi Amaechi at the centre, is an expression everything wrong with Nigeria’s politics. Abe is determined to fight it and he told us why.

Mrs. Julia Fortune-Johnson, a cancer survivor is another fighter in this issue. Written off for dead after a stage 3 breast cancer, Fortune-Johnson fought back against all odds and lives to share her amazing story.

Italian-based Nigerian entrepreneur, Ijeoma Meribe-Nnorom, is fighting on a different turf. While others may be in the headlines for the wrong reasons, Meribe-Nnorom with her  is building a brand that is putting Nigerian fashion firmly on the Italian couture map.

Also in this edition, we interviewed star public speaker, Niyi Adesanya who shared secrets on how first-time speakers can save themselves from the deadly fear of mounting a public stage.

Plus all the regulars. Enjoy!

 

 

Ochanja was serially and brutally raped by her 51-year-old uncle and his son for five years till she died of complications from VVF at 13 / Photo credit: LIB

I Am Ochanja!

Magnus Abe

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