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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
a young liberal women that believes in women in equal empowernment for women. an advocate for women development in every areas of life and a believer of a" all things are possible for women. i hold on to the belief that the diiference between a woman of success and non succesful women is choice. success here is non material but achievement. what you can do and see. i believe in love and i believe in women inspiring each other to succeed in life. in my country there is a local parlance which i also hold true to " its not about how far but how well. the workd is a gae and only women who are equiiped with the intricacies of the rules can play it better. and playing it better today means one day you will surely play it and be the best. i believe in the power of attraction and in the power of personal grooming both inside and outside, cos as a woman it says who you are. alot is read from how you look and what your look represent.

My Passions:
writing and advocacy

My Vision for the Future:
to be a pulse for women empowerment initiatives

My Areas of Expertise:
media practitioneer


nilima's picture

Hi dear, I am pleased to

Hi dear,

I am pleased to welcome you in pulse wire! I love the way you have expressed yourself here and i love your thinking and the way you observe the world with women. Yes if we inspire each other we can make the better world and we can create the equality in the world.

Once again, WELCOME to Pulse Wire :):):)

akerele funmilayo's picture

thanks Nilima

its good to know someone shares your belief. it is an encouragement and assurance that a lone voice in the wilderness can also be heard in as much as she can get people to believe in her cause. i have cause to talk to young girls and women that have been abused and i see that we as women need to do a lot to help these women restore their self esteem. its a global phenomenon and we need to fight against what i believe as the non chalance and the blames passed on the victims most especially in africa whre they say the vistims must have been looking out for such incidence. that is weird! i thank you and believe we will be able to communicate and share our passion further.

Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.
Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


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