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Recent happenings worldwide have proven the African child is an “Endangered specie” of human beings. This is not because they will soon go out of extinct, but because they are haunted everywhere they go, even in their homeland. According to studies published on dw.com, wars only, killed 5 million African children over 20 years. The International Day of the African child didn’t happen perchance and that is why it is celebrated every year. The hundreds who died in Soweto South Africa in 1976 envisaged all these killings and hardship conditions and fought ahead of us. African children like Senge have no other option but to stand up and fight for themselves because even the leaders they look up to cannot fight for them. “International Day of the African Child 2020, Senge’s Ordeal” exposes some of our African children face because they have black skin no one to fight for them.…

My friend I di tell you this story so I di feel as to cry, If I member tin wey my papa do my Mami ei dey like say make I take knife kill my papa. Gender-based violence in African Homes is real ya. Gender-based violence in African homes is real. This story highlights the personal experience told by an African child. She feels so hurt by her parents’ practice of violence at home. Read more of our African personal experience stories here. “Hello Edukesink.com, I will love for you to talk about gender-based violence in African homes. The trauma I have lived with these past years may send me to my early grave. I need to say this to someone though I prefer anonymity.” The degrading violent incident So, Ebote is a 21-year-old lady from Eyandong, this is her story… “I don’t know if should regret being their daughter.…