THE LINGERING MATTER OF DEPRESSION

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Sometime last year, the Guardian UK –in error-published a personal essay by the multiple awards winning- Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Adichie. Beyond the opportunity to freely enjoy Ms. Adichie’s elegant prose, the Guardian’s error turned the switch and brought much-needed light to bear on the subject of depression, and the Nigerian woman.

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Dr. Abayomi Ogunwale is a Nigerian physician with a medical degree from the University of Ibadan and a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Texas, Houston. He has extensive training in women health and is passionate about channeling his abilities and experiences into projects which will improve the lives of women worldwide. His literary articles have appeared in several online and print platforms like Subjective Substance, Sentinel Quarterly Literary Magazine, and Klorofyl magazine. His political commentaries have also been published in national dailies and online platforms like Sahara Reporters and the Nigerian Village Square. Abayomi loves God, people and truth. He blogs regularly at, diaryoffaith.blogspot.

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