I Like Girls

10 years ago; Samoina Wangui was thrust into motherhood unprepared. She would later find out that her physical, mental and emotional struggles resulted from a medical condition known as postpartum depression (PPD). In this episode, she talks about dealing with PPD and helping others heal.

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“I Like Girls” is Aisha Salaudeen, Afolabi Adekaiyaoja, Samiat Alamutu, Dorcas Ohwofasa, Dooski, Mo Isu, Ruth Olurounbi and Banggz.

Show Notes

10 years ago; Samoina Wangui was thrust into motherhood unprepared. She would later find out that her physical, mental and emotional struggles resulted from a medical condition known as postpartum depression (PPD). In this episode, she talks about dealing with PPD and helping others heal.

She also talks about starting up a non-profit, postpartum depression Kenya, to help women heal. Reach out to postpartum depression Kenya here: https://www.facebook.com/ppdKE/
 
To get inside information about every episode, subscribe to our newsletter here. You will get behind-the-scenes information from Aisha Salaudeen, and find out what the rest of the team is up to. 

“I Like Girls” is Aisha Salaudeen, Afolabi Adekaiyaoja, Samiat Alamutu, Dorcas Ohwofasa, Dooski, Mo Isu, Ruth Olurounbi and Banggz. 

This episode is sponsored by Piggyvest. 

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This is a show about African women and the different experiences life throws at them for being women. Each episode of I Like Girls features stories that take you on a journey into the unanticipated ways life impacts women.