Taraba State born Salome Augustine is  a teacher, a global citizen, and a volunteer. She answers our famous #7questions
1. What is your biggest fear?
My biggest fear is the fear of not being able to face my fears. (Feeling too inadequate)
2.  In your darkest moments, what do you do?
In my darkest moments: I cry sometimes. I find solace in my writings and I listen to lots of music. I talk to friends who I know understand me better but above all, I project myself in the future because I know after the tears, the eyes see more clearer.
3.  What is that one thing you would like to change about yourself?
The only thing I would love to change about myself is not letting anyone bully me into accepting what I don’t like/want.
4.  Where do you see yourself five years from now?
 Five years from now I see myself in a UN or AU office as of an African youth envoy making positive change, especially concerning the global goals.
5.  What keeps you going?
The things that keeps me going are the facts that I know personally  that one man can be the change the world needs. And also seeing that my generation are doing much to make the world a better place to live.
6.   What is your stand on feminism? Do you consider yourself a feminist?
Even though some people have given feminism another definition entirely, for me I believed feminism is a great movement. Going by the historical events that dated back from 19th century till date. I’m glad that feminism promote the equality of women and of girl child.
Yes I considered myself a feminist.
7.  What keeps you up at night?
What keeps me up at night most times are my thoughts. Sometimes mood swings.
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