Ruqayyah reviews Stay With Me

In the second episode of Reading With R, Ruqayyah Nabage takes us to the world of Ayobami Adebayo’s Stay With Me. Check out her review of this tale that is set in the 1980s and focuses on everyday life.

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5 thoughts on “Ruqayyah reviews Stay With Me”

  1. Apparently I was lost for the last 13 minutes. It’s so unfortunate that we’re still stagnant when it comes to all the problems you mentioned. I also agree with all the recommendations you gave regarding sex education that it’s the parent’s job not the internet. By parent, it should both be the job of the father and mother not just of the mother alone. And another wrong perception people have on sex education is, they feel it’s only meant for females alone. It is for both gender. Kudus to you and I hope to you from you again.

  2. Lovely…about life and our perception of life. We should always try to be objective and empathise with people. Well done.

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