It’s Nigeria, after all. Hope is what keeps many alive. In plethora of sufferings and fears, prayers abound.
Kemi Falodun is a Nigerian writer interested in fiction, essays and literary journalism. Her work explores the themes of collective memory, complexities in familial relationships, intersections between dream-life and waking consciousness, and the body as a bearer of despair and joy. Her writing has been published in Electric Literature, Al Jazeera, Saraba Magazine, The Rumpus and elsewhere. A Life in Transit, her essay chapbook on the Invisible Borders Trans-African Road Trip was published in 2019.
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