We looked inside some of the tweets by @ChiomaChuka and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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!
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
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
“Half of the people who drive in Lagos have no business driving” ..... https://t.co/UMz1GTQTgC
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
Please join @SuleJacobs and @DCynthiaM for the first @hrightscafe discussing the rights of women! @inspirecitizen1 @inspirecitizen2 @TIAscience @TeachGlobalEd @Mrs_Gilchrist @JuliaFliss @PavWander @dlguerin1 https://t.co/pV719O7P05