Dear Editor, please kindly help me publish this on your platform.
I am a girl of 25 years. I hailed from Kumasi in Ghana but was born and brought up in Nigeria.
I am tired of nursing this pain in my heart. I think it is high time I poured it out.
I lost my mum while I was barley eight months so I grew up with my dad and step mother in our one-room apartment here in Lagos.
My dad remarried nine months after my Nigerian mum died; to enable someone look after me.
It was in that process that my step mother took in. She delivered my half-brother nine months after, so we both grew up together here in Lagos.
My dad struggled to send us to one of the best schools in Lagos.
However, things became worst after we gained admission into the same university so my dad and step-mother had to return to Ghana.
My dad, before leaving the country asked us to stay in the same room due to cost since there was no enough money.
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