Dr Nasha is one remarkable lady.
One actually does not have to read her book to know that she is a giant. She is another good example what we mean by ‘we want gender equality’. She has been at the forefront in decision making in the society. Her first book (first because I believe more are coming) has great tales about her success, and failures and the difficulties encountered. I am proud to say I have read it. That I have read it may sound trivial. It is not. My generation is not keen on reading. A few ‘posts’ on Facebook and we think we know much to go around giving opinion there and there with our heads held high. Disgusting attitude! Back to Mma Nasha, going through her journey one would discern that the notion that it’s a tough thing’ to be a woman is not a joke. The challenges that you face are at times spirit crashing. I am proud to say she inspires me. But the inspiration goes beyond me. My sister is 13. She will soon be a woman. I have nothing but high hopes that one day she too becomes a giant like Mma Nasha is a reference that it can happen.