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The lesson by Hannah Tarindwa

The story is about an event that occurred, orchestrated by my mother. I felt that it would be a great story to share about the communal nature of raising a child. This was quite typical exercise in Africa: whether in urban or rural setting. It is a story I actually share a lot with people to illustrate a number of points but mainly that whipping kids may be less effective in teaching children life lessons. My late mother, I like to say, was the Queen of Creative Punishments. The story also is a homage to my mother, who not only was a great story maker but also supported my literary and performance arts endeavors.

Recovering from grief as a family by Mbutouh Yipoh

This has been a very touching situation that I and my family have been bearing the pains for a long time. I chose the story because many people out there find themselves in the same situation as my family so I think it will inspire others to be careful as seen from the advise I gave at the end