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International Women’s Day: Why I am proud as a Woman – Amelia Kabuki Kudadje

As a female, I am proud to be a woman being a bigger sister also. It’s been a great responsibility especially being the first born and daughter of a single mother. A feeling no one can ever share or experience other than me. You’re like a second mother to your siblings whereby he or she looks up to you for their decisions or for help. Being a pillar of strength to my mother and the wonderful people around me.

I’m proud that I’ve the courage to face the extreme bad and painful situations and again stand and smile. Being who I am despite the circumstances I find myself in.
Being a woman,I haven’t allowed he circumstances around me shutdown my dreams and aspirations in life.

Women tend to make lots of mistakes but I haven’t allowed that to dictate to who I become in the future.
I discovered that my greatest sense of goal I want to accomplish as a woman is to inspire,groom and witness the growth of female pendants.

Most importantly, I’ve known my values and ethics, I’ve practiced certain substantial things which differentiates from all other women I know and I’m content and overjoyed with myself as a woman.

In it all,I’ve been a powerful woman who has survived a lot.

And on International Women’s day, I’d like to take the time to thank all women who have made a difference because they deserve to be applauded for making this world a better place to live.

Submitted by Amelia Kabuki Kudadje

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