Covid-19: Spoken words by Adaora Onyechere


In life there are many challenges. It’s a season of life. 

A time to mourn, a time to celebrate, a time to fight, a time to rejoice, a time for curiosity a time to trust, but there is one thing we always hold onto, Hope.

In our deepest struggle lies our greatest strength. Our wounds can become our wisdom. You can turn pain into medicine. We can feel the light sneak through the cracks in your armor.

Fellow citizens, there’s a lot to see and experience in this lifetime.

When we stop worrying we can start loving more. If we give doubt and fear less room in your heart to breathe, something else can come in or come forth.

Pause and think about what matters most to us in life. Who matters? What really matters? Prioritize that. Focus on that. I think the direction is to live this moment in accordance with that.

The way things are right now isn’t the way they’ll be forever.

Nigeria, maybe you need to be broken open so that the light can get in.

Maybe God created the rain to remind us that life isn’t always a sunny day.

Val Irvin Mabayo

Let’s hold unto hope; we shall triumph.

Adaora Onyechere

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