My Life

MaNnenna
Posted July 6, 2013 from United States

I am a very passionate and optimistic lady who believes in making a positive change in my community. I was born and raise in Nigeria untill my teenage years when i travelled overseas. I have lived here for 10yrs however I have decided to move back to Nigeria in september to make a differences. I believe in gender equality, saying NO to injustice and discrimination. My goal is to meet and support woman in anyway possible and also meet mentors that has an NGO, to learn from them and by his grace open an NGO for under privileged children. .

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Jacqueline Lang
Jul 07, 2013
Jul 07, 2013

It's nice to meet you and it's exciting to read about your move back to Nigeria and I will look forward to reading about your progress. Good Luck!!

Take care, Jacqueline

MaNnenna
Jul 07, 2013
Jul 07, 2013

Am glad to meet you. I will definitely keep you posted once i make the move.

chizoba
Aug 14, 2013
Aug 14, 2013

hi nnenna, we share the same view and i wouldn't mind connecting with you and share your dreams.i am a change activist helping poor children in my community.pls you can connect with me on my facebook page.chizor chiazor.i would be delighted to share more with you.stay blessed.chizo

Hideko Nagashima
Aug 15, 2013
Aug 15, 2013

Hello, I call you sister although I am a Japanese. I am running NGO to help women and children in Nigeria. It is called SWACN (Support Women and Children in Nigeria) Nigeria is my second home and I work with those with creative ideas and youthful energy to push Nigeria ahead--particularly skill acquisition training and environmental problem. Hope you enjoy the community because you will be also the one to create humane environment around us.

With support and encouragement, Hideko N.

SWACIN Support Women & Children in Nigeria tel: +81 88-696-5417 / 090-1173-9378 fax:+81 88-696-5418 email: [email protected] Web site: http://www.swacin.com Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Swacin

MaNnenna
Aug 15, 2013
Aug 15, 2013

Hey sis Thanks for reading my profile. I read your profile this morning and I am so sorry about your struggle and agony you endured in the hands of your husband. Is unfortunately that some men are so evil and will do anything for money. I pray that you find strength to forgive and move on. I wish you the best of luck in the custody battle and most importantly continue the great work you doing for the Nigeria women and children and NEVER Give up