FEMINIST FRIDAY – Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

So here’s Bernadette’s diversity scoop about me below.
I get a warm feeling from the opportunity that she accorded me and would appreciate your time to read it a bit.
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Please leave some comments on her blog and I am fishing for compliments 😄
My lady Bernadette, you are awesome.

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CELEBRATE DIVERSITY

As a continuation of celebrating diversity in April, I would like to introduce you to my friend, Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha.  One of the wonders of blogging is that it has expanded my vistas and allowed me to meet such interesting and culturally diverse people from all over the world.  Jacqueline is a fellow blogger who is originally from Nigeria.  Her blog is A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales.  She uses this platform to support fellow bloggers and to raise awareness of the many  ongoing cultural inequalities and problems in the world.  Here is Jacqueline’s story in her own words:

I like to describe myself as a Jacqueline of all trade and a mistress of nothing. Everything is work-in-progress in my life, including me. Nothing is finished for, there’s always room for more improvement.

If all is finished, then that means that I am done on this side of…

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