Finding Something Like Certainty in the Crowds of Kampala
“I console myself regularly with the fact that the problem is not unique to me, that young people everywhere are trying to figure it out.”
Ope Adedeji dreams about bridging the gender equality gap and destroying the patriarchy. She is a lawyer, writer and editor. Her work has appeared on Enkare Review, Afreada and the Kalahari Review. She was shortlisted for the 2018 Koffi Addo Prize for Creative Nonfiction and is a 2018 AMLA fellow. If you do not find her reading a book, you'll find her writing one.
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