Nigerian Transgender, Miss Sahhara Recalls Being Bullied and Hated in Secondary School

Nigerian transgender, Miss Sahhara, has recalled the time she was bullied and hated in secondary school for being feminine.


The Benue-born former beauty queen disclosed this on Monday night, April 24, when she posted clips from Nagin, an Indian fantasy film.


“I would sing this song and dance like her claiming I ‘m Nagin (snake woman) to wade off my bullies and haters in secondary school because I was feminine. So much painful memories. Then that useless Catholic school which was full of pedos called a novena to deliver my ass,” she wrote.


“I wonder how all those bullies are doing now? Perhaps I ‘ll visit them in their dreams tonight in snake form,” she added.


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