StandTall: You are a woman with so many caps, you are full of productive activities,(singing, writing, activism, business planning etc) can you share with us, what made you so thick?
StandTall: You are a board member of KIND and you are recently the lead anchor on KIND free2run project, can you tell us more about this project?
StandTall: What do you wish free2run to achieve in 1 year?
StandTall: Do you see yourself going into politics in a few years time?
Pamela: Am I not already? Seriously though, my answer is why not? Im free 2 run!
StandTall: What is your ideal political landscape taking into consideration the political space in Nigeria?
Pamela: I want to see citizens convert the zeal exhibited before and during the elections to participating in this democracy. I want to see women politicians starting the campaigns for 2015 right now. We at free2run want to hear their views and stories.
StandTall: Do you think there will ever be levelled play-ground for Nigeria women who are in politics or in leadership?
Pamela: The barriers are mighty but we everyday a woman somewhere shovels into the mountain patriarchy built.
StandTall: There are recent news about Gbemi Saraki's nude photos and the president aspirant Ms. Ebiti Ndok dud cheques, can we say these allegations represent what women can offer in development?
Pamela:: I wrote a piece titled Slut Shaming as the new tool for Political Intimidation which covered the Saraki issue. The very nature of the weapons employed against her shows the mindset of her opponents. Chief Ndok will be explaining herself in court so I am anxious to hear her side of the story.
StandTall: You studied architecture and as far as I'm concerned, you are an architect of people's lives, builders of people's futures, where do you get these inspirations?
StandTall: Who are your role models and why are they your role models?
StandTall: If you are approach by an higher being to change the world and you are giving just a choice, what will you change?