Chioma Agwuegbo

Chioma Agwuegbo

@ChiomaChuka

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Strategist - Women + Media + Tech + Politics|| ED, @TechHerNG|| Communications, #NotTooYoungToRun|| Alumna @AbujaGSC|| Aunty to LK, TK and AA!

Nigeria
Joined on July 16, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @ChiomaChuka and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
4 hours
Average replies
14
Average retweets
279
Average likes
710
Tweets with photos
11 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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ICYMI The June edition should be in your inbox already! If it's not, let's fix that for you. Read it right here: https://t.co/7kHm7D0QiU Don't forget to share it with your friends too!

If you've left one lunar cycle (in this case June) behind does that mean you’re over the moon? 🤔 

Please don’t leave, there's a whole lot more than ridiculously moon-based puns here. Subscribe to the Luna newsletter to see what we mean 👉🏾: https://t.co/sNKAQb5QPl https://t.co/r3OS0T5vyb

If you've left one lunar cycle (in this case June) behind does that mean you’re over the moon? 🤔 Please don’t leave, there's a whole lot more than ridiculously moon-based puns here. Subscribe to the Luna newsletter to see what we mean 👉🏾: https://t.co/sNKAQb5QPl https://t.co/r3OS0T5vyb

Start making better life choices,you are not getting younger.

Would it be extreme to class periods (or period pain, more specifically) as a form of disability? The kinds of thoughts you entertain when you can't sleep after a full day of debilitating pain.

Quoted @ChiomaChuka

The speed with which women have mobilised for various advocacy causes this year is a thing of joy. Perhaps we have entered a new dispensation of accountability? Untamed, unashamed, and ready to stand, even if we stand alone. A new Nigerian woman is emerging, and I'm here for it.

One year today. https://t.co/ZF5WKF39Yq

Quoted @EyalaBlog

Hello all! I hope you are all keeping safe and sane in these uncertain #COVID19 times. Hard to keep track of the days at the moment but take my word for it: it's #EyalaReads time. Your #SundayReads selection of articles about #WomensRights #Africa #Feminism is ready 👇🏾 https://t.co/75XjheRV3u

Check out @EyalaBlog for #WomensRights #Africa #Feminism weekly selection. @MoiyattuBanya @the_female_lead @Krissy_Roth @MTechLaw @DCynthiaM @kikimordi @ChiomaChuka @osasuigbinedion @BukkyShonibare @Carolwaiganjo1 @newafricanwoman @FakhuusHashim @MaS1banda @FunkeBaruwa @JMwanjisi https://t.co/bNYUWA1vht

Rape: IGP orders probe of policemen who arrested @iamdbanj’s accuser | TheCableLifestyle https://t.co/SOmyIhaOFF https://t.co/z3mNil8yyL

Rape: IGP orders probe of policemen who arrested @iamdbanj’s accuser | TheCableLifestyle https://t.co/SOmyIhaOFF https://t.co/z3mNil8yyL

For @THISDAYLIVE I wrote about rape culture, impunity and awareness creation on sexual violence in Nigeria and why we must expand on existing structures in the eradication of rape and sexual violence against women in Nigeria. Please read and share https://t.co/oSjPo7vwfw

Mercy
13 days ago

@denikeoyetunde talked about an entire generation dealing with pain, anxiety and how our parents then used to touch the television to check if it’s hot just to be sure we weren’t watching TV while they were away... such a conversation. Phew 😌 https://t.co/PU7GpUW7DX

Mercy
13 days ago

“We are a protest generation and our protest for a lot of us is not clearly understood” ~ @denikeoyetunde https://t.co/G2uhquZojP

Mercy
13 days ago

“Half of the people who drive in Lagos have no business driving” ..... https://t.co/UMz1GTQTgC

Mercy
13 days ago

I’m not sure anyone has gone so hard on my show but @denikeoyetunde came ready. This conversation is on Instagram and you can go listen, it’s also therapeutic to do so. https://t.co/NCRkbTWqzg

It should not be heard that a believer in Christ favors one tribe, race, gender, or class above another Neither should such a thing be observed in a church. We must love the Jesus way, without prejudice. #loveyourneighbour

Udo Ilo
14 days ago

We also have a duty @Chxta @Nwankpa_A @cfmemories @pokigbo @MTechLaw @ChiomaChuka and others to elevate this conversation away from convoluted emotions and disinformation to something intellectual, evidence based and strategic to support a national introspection!

Udo Ilo
14 days ago

The Nigerian State need to acknowledge the war. We need to understand the undue burden and disproportionate sufferings that the Igbos went through and make amends. It is on the heels of this that Ndigbo can heal and also acknowledge the wrongs that was done to minorities

Udo Ilo
14 days ago

There were non Igbo officers involved in that coup and it cannot be used as a justification for the pogrom. The progrom revealed an underlying resentment of Igbos in the North and conflagration of pent up distrust and political rivalry

Udo Ilo
14 days ago

To say Igbos are only claiming victimhood is also false. The decision to secede was a direct response to the state sponsored pogrom in Northern Nigeria that killed estimatd 50,000 Igbos. Though viewed as a response to the 1966 coup

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