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Nwakanwa Foundation

GhanaAccra, Ghana

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January 19, 2014

Nwakanwa Foundation

About Me: 

I am NwakaNwa Kingdom Stephen from West African region Ghana, A young man of 24 years who has the vision to empower women to understand that they worth more than a "sex object", In today's world, most men neglect the natural value and worth God has placed in women rather seeing them as object of lust to satisfy their sexual desire and selfishness.
I want to create awareness program that will enlighten women to understand their real values and dignity, not presenting themselves to men as a " sex slave"
My Foundation will be designed to fight against "Sexual objectification in women, feminism, low self-esteem in women, Gender inequality. indecent dressing, child porn and nudity. "high rate of divorce" lesbianism. Sexual victimization (rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment)
I am calling for respectable women of substance and dignity in our society to support this program to restore lost confidence in women and make our world a better place.
My respect to you all women for given the world the opportunity for recreation.

NwakaNwa Kingdom

My Passions: 
Research
My Challenges: 
Fiight against principalities and end time
My Vision for the Future: 
To restore true love among humans
My Areas of Expertise: 
Mind Creativity

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