Today’s Man Like is @YemiiDavis, an art director and 3D designer. He talks about developing a thick skin after being bullied for his albinism, growing up as a true omo pastor and the mental health scare that led him to therapy.
“I was bullied too, and every time I was hit, I promised myself that I would get revenge.”
We spoke to seven Nigerian men on their experiences with bullying, either as victims or as bullies themselves.
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We asked 8 Nigerians to share the meanest things they did while in school and they certainly have a lot of experiences to pull from.
Bullying is one of those things that seem to define the secondary school experience in Nigeria. If you went to a Nigerian secondary school, chances are high you’ve been bullied, bullied someone or witnessed someone being bullied. We spoke to seven Nigerians about their experiences being bullied in secondary school. Charles. When I was younger, […]
On December 20, a video of Mrs Deborah Okezie, mother to Don Davis, an 11-year-old JSS1 student of Deeper Life High School, Uyo, was sexually molested and starved at school surfaced on the internet. In the video, Mrs Okezie lamented about her son’s status. “They [senior students] will remove his boxer and push their legs and hands into his anus,” she said. “Look at a child I sent to school,” she adds, “he came back with a broken anus.”
It’s not all fun and games.
She got bullied and then clapped back at the haters.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: