My name is Kosisochukwu Winifred Ugwuede. I am a Freelance Writer, Content Creator and Editor. I write with the pseudonym ”Kay Ugwuede”. I currently produce and curate print and video content for Amore Nigeria, a new media company set to change the Nigerian narrative in and around the world and ask pertinent questions about governance, entertainment and everything else. You can join us on our journey here.
I live in the eccentric city of Lagos, the land of weird parallels and ironies. I’ve lived her for three years and four years ago, I wouldn’t have thought to move to a place like Lagos and try to make it home. But it is home for me now, or at least is in the process of becoming home and I share some of that ongoing experience here and here.
I am inspired by everyday living in Lagos, the intricacies of being a woman here, the cultural melting pot that this city is; inter-human relationships in all its forms, society, and governance. I love having gender disparity discussions. Heated ones. I’m kidding. But I kid you not when I say that I identify with feminist ideologies like portrayed in Adichie’s Dear Ijeawele, A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions. If you read that book and still have a grouse with feminism, I can’t help you.