In Nigeria, big clothes is big man and we had to be like our role models and wear big clothes, too.
I didn’t even plan it. We were hanging out at the mall. I think we’d gone to see a movie.
One: choices have consequences. I made a choice to be a minimalist. In a country like Nigeria where I’m expected to exhibit my “success” through big clothes, I should know it’s possible some will look down on me.
So I ate some fruit scones. It’d been a year since I tried some. They’re glorious. I ate them in moderation. I’m doing everything in moderation these days. I think I’m good, thank you.
We’re going to teach them in primary schools, in secondary schools. Just like Christianity and Islam, they will be part of the curriculum. We’ll give the kids an alternative.
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