A lawyer and her father have gone viral after she recreated her childhood photo with him shortly after she was called to the bar.
“I have always been a daddy’s girl,” she wrote as she shared the photos.
The first photo shows her as a girl, sitting with her father in a library as they both look into a book. The second shows her and her father in their lawyer garb, recreating the same pose from years ago in a more modern library.
The photos have gone viral with thousands of likes and retweets.
“You’re never too old to do anything” female Doctor who had first child at 39 and won a teaching award at 61 speaks against discrimination based on age
A Doctor took to Twitter to speak against discrimination based on age while revealing that she did certain things at an age considered too old.
Dr Sharon Cannon wrote: “I hope you know you’re never too old to do anything. Had my daughter at 39. Earned my Ph.D. at 45. Won a teaching award at 61. Yeah—I’m that old, and I rock! Stop the bias about age—and particularly about aging women. We are wise and wonderful!
“I have a couple of goals with this tweet: 1. Don’t talk yourself out of trying something because of your age. 2. Don’t dismiss a job applicant based on thinking the person is too old.”
Eight escapes death as huge tree falls on commercial bus in Calabar
Eight passengers and a driver escaped death by the whiskers on Tuesday September 8, after a huge tree branch broke off from its trunk and fell on a vehicle in Calabar, the Cross River State capita.
The incident which occurred at the Beebosco junction involved a mini bus that was conveying seven passengers along the Murtala Mohammed Highway.
According to reports from the scene, the driver, Blessing Eyo Nsa is said to have stopped to drop a passenger when the unfortunate incident happened. No passenger is said to have sustained any physical injury while the driver lamented over his damaged vehicle.
The Commissioner for Environment, Mr. Mfon Bassey Mfon, who arrived the scene, confirmed it was “an accident.”
The incident hindered free flow of vehicles but men of Nigeria Police Force arrived on time to prevent traffic jam.
Lepacious Bose recounts breaking down on a plane after she lost weight and was finally able to travel without needing a seat belt extension
Lepacious Bose has recounted the embarrassing moments she had to endure because seat belts couldn’t go round her waist due to her weight and how she cried the first time she travelled on a plane without needing seat belt extensions.
The comedian said her weight meant the seat belt in her car couldn’t connect so she always had to hold it with her hand whenever she passed LASTMA officials, to avoid being punished for not using a seat belt.
She also recounted travelling on a plane with male comedians and being too ashamed to request a seat belt extension because she didn’t want them to mock her.
On other occasions, while travelling by air, she said she had to ask for a seat belt extension and it made her feel ashamed.
She eventually lost weight and found that on one of her flights, she didn’t need a seat belt extension because it connected without one.
She said she cried then as she remembered all the embarrassing moments she had endured up until that moment.
Recounting the incident, she wrote.
No it is not a movie and no one died.
This was the first time I would travel in years without needing a seat belt extension!!!!! I simply pulled the belt and it clicked and I broke down in the plane and cried…..oh how I cried…..i cried for so many reasons.
1. For the shame I felt for years everytime the plane crew handed the extension to me and the look people gave me.
2. I cried because I remembered traveling with a group of comedians (great guys) but I did not want then to make fun of me, I flew 6 hours without using a seat belt…… I could not bear to ask for extension and I acted like it was together.
3. I cried because I remembered how many times I held the seat belt in a car so that lasma would not stop me but the seat belt never connected so I just held it till I passed them.
4. I cried for a million and one reasons I can not write about…..
5. I cried because I remembered how many times I got to sit by the exit with leg room and i was politely told I was too overweight to sit there…..in case of an emergency it is assumed a big person will not move fast enough…… Hmmm….
6. I cried because I remembered various times I sat beside evil nasty people in planes who acted like sitting beside me was depriving them of oxygen……
Oh I cried. And when google photos popped this picture this morning I cried again…… Not because am sad or miserable but because am GRATEFUL!
NEVER AGAIN WILL I BE THAT WOMAN