Demystify Abuse


IMG_20171025_132655 Dear Justina Nneka Ideyi

Today’s Demystify Abuse Campaign event wouldn’t have been possible without God, your huge input, big heart and the support f every other person.

I remember, when we first spoke about our girl and I could feel the passion and compassion in your voice to help, and you did, all the wayyyyyy. I was happy and very grateful you did.

When we started the talks on how we would take the campaign train your PPA (Place Of primary Assignment) I was expectant and forged in anticipation.

You helped in being the middle women between the DAC team and the school administration, you were always ready to help and assist, and at our beck and call when we needed information.

When the bike rider brought me through the far distance, I was elated and hopeful of a successful time out with the students of Bishop Fitzgibbon Memorial Secondary School, Abara-Etche, Rivers State, Nigeria. And it was. Continue reading “DAC goes to BFMSS, ABARA-ETCHE”

Demystify Abuse

The Success Of DACGoesToSchool

On the 13th of February, 2017 the #DemystifyAbuse team recorded another milestone as one of her pet projects Demystify Abuse Campaign Goes To School truly went to school, not to learn, but to make impact.

After the success of the maiden edition of the campaign was recorded, read here

We made an announcement that #DACGoesToSchool would commence and donations and sponsorship were solicited, many people came to our rescue, some made cash donations, some gave clothes and some others donated stationery.

We went to the school, Government Secondary School, Elekahia, (UBE).  Continue reading “The Success Of DACGoesToSchool”

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DAC goes to school


The second edition of Demystify Abuse Campaign is set to change lives, make impacts and add value.
Rape happens every day and it’s still leaving indelible and painful marks in the lives and hearts of many.
I still hurt each time I hear that another girl or guy have been raped and abused.
Yesterday, I cried bitterly at work. I cried because more and more victims are being recorded.
Continue reading “DAC goes to school”