Who are you & what is your identity???

Voice of the Voiceless
I know who I am, do you?

Muse with MAG: Who are you to begin with? (17.05.19)

I remember the times someone asked me who I was and I just gave my name and some other basic information like my job or parents etc hahaha. But this morning, I muse on who I really am and can confidently tell anyone who even asks me again today. Honestly, I feel so confident and comfortable in myself today to bottle myself up to 3 letters (MAG) and describe myself with one word (MAGNECTIC). I therefore treat myself and others in full knowledge of of who I am, and by every alignment, in total consciousness of my identity. When you don’t know who you are, you may fall prey to others definition of you. You will get discouraged, disappointed and even angry at the various definitions you will be given, some thrust at you with so much sarcasm you wonder if it’s the you in your body hahaha. I sincerely think there is a lot we can understand about life and those with whom we live it, if we know who we are and where is our source. This of course can’t be separated from your identity, and that’s what I will be looking at during a live video later in the day. And so, I am MAG, a MAGnectic princess of a most High God. Now over to you, who are you??? Happy weekend in advance everyone and may the good Lord bless us all

Watch my Facebook live video on identity if you have a minute, and share you never know who could need this today

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An acknowledgement like this goes a long soul way

Let me just drop it here almost a week later. I was the April She Hero of the Woman Words literary press overseen by Comrade Mbizo Chirasha. I have just been so busy I almost forgot to share such an acknowledgement o. I am humbled and really appreciate the goodness of the Lord in my life. May He continue to use me Amen. Read on and share. Thank you comrade:https://womawordsliterarypress.home.blog/2019/04/27/marie-angele-abanga-is-our-she-hero/

The Increase in Child Rape: Cases in our Society (What do we do?)

Yesterday 25.04.19, I was a guest on a power program on HiTv called Girls’ Talk, hosted by the talented Wilson Blessing in the city of Buea, Cameroon.

We were looking at the Increase in Child Rape in our society and we had other expert resource persons like Prof Teke of the University of Buea and Dr Forbellah a partner with Doctors without borders. I was brought in in different capacities, and discussed different aspects of rape which could be leading to its increase in our society regardless of all we cry against.

Interesting pannelAs a lawyer, I looked at the shortcomings of the provisions in the penal code and how undettering they were to perpetrators. As a Psychotherapist, I looked at the life time trauma of victims/survivors. As a parent, I looked at our plight, role and responsibilities.

All about HopeAs the founder of the Association Hope for the Abused and Battered, I used some specific cases we have addressed so far to drive home my points that there is a lot needed to be done by our collective Synergies. You mustn’t wait until your child or family member is raped before you speak up. It was a thrilling day. Visit our website at www.hope4abusedbattered.com, email us at hope@hope4abusedbattered.com