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 Kimberly Ward is a writer, blogger and journalist born and raised in England to Nigerian parents from Adamawa State. She has a BA in Journalism and a Masters in Political Communication, and was a writer/sub-editor at The Independent newspaper; a reporter at Pride magazine, and a freelance Journalist for the Christian/Black British media for seven years (Keep the Faith,, Revelation TV, The Trumpet, Youthwork,, Cross Rhythms, Hendon & Finchley Times, New Nation).  After relocating to Abuja in 2011, she joined Leadership Newspapers as the Editor of its subsidiary Levogue magazine and is currently the Features/Web Editor of Metropole magazine.

Kimberly writes every Tuesday for Metro Views. Here are the links to her past articles:  

No Photos Please, We’re in Abuja

What’s in a Name?

Lokogoma’s Rubble Village 

Lupita: Hollywood’s Newest Black Fetish 

An Ode to the Forgotten Kobo

 How Much is an Egg Roll?

The Little Fulani Cowgirl

Anti-Gay Laws: The Casual Observers’ Response

Conversations with a Fool

The Beauty of a New Year

Top 10 National Scandals of 2013

Christmas in Abuja

My 'Maiguard' is Getting Married 

Abuja Bread Wars 

The Fallacy of Abuja Signs

Abuja: Land of Milk and Honey 

The Creepy-Crawly Enclosure 

Utako Market and I

The Invisible Foe 

Is Abuja a War Zone?