Are you one of those people who believe that a woman’s education ends in the kitchen?
Well, I don’t think so.
In this time and age, women are not just merely baby-producing factories and kitchen experts. A large percentage of women in Africa, especially in Nigeria are becoming more aware of their society and are yearning to do more with their lives.
Women now use the internet and social media to learn, network, build businesses and empower one another. That’s why we have great platforms like She Leads Africa, Lionesses Of Africa, etc that are dedicated entirely to empowering women.
With the way the world is becoming more digital, women cannot afford to be naïve about how things are done on the internet.
In today’s episode of Maverick Excel Podcast, we featured Napa Onwusah, one of the founding directors of shuzia.com. She has been into technology for over 15 years and has worked in Microsoft, CISCO and presently in Nokia.
shuzia.com is a social and digital media store with the sole purpose of spreading the gospel of Jesus.
It allows people from different churches and ministries to connect, share and experience music, the word of God and books in an entirely different way.
What to expect:
- We talked about her startup (which she refers to a ministry) shuzia.
- Her vision to reach out to one billion souls in 2020.
- Her challenge as a woman in a male-dominated industry.
- How she balances her duty as a mother, wife and entrepreneur.
- Her stand on feminism
- And lots more
Contact shuzia via:
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