I take part in a dance challenge with my sons to raise funds for H4AB

Mansa Musa Dance Challenge: A vote for team MAGnifique is a vote for Hope for the Abused and Battered

You don’t take part in a dance challenge at 41 unless you have reasons like I do (am no musician nor professional dancer o)

I have an organization and we need to raise funds by all means including dancing why not.

So, in addition to the above I dance to break stereotypes about what an African woman should do or not do at such an age; should wear or not wear too.

I am grateful my sons joined in willingly. The last is the king you see, the second is the King’s favourite guard, and the first was the camera man.

Mansa Musa just returned from a successful Hadj to Mecca and is in high spirits.

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And please do not forget to check out the full song on their YouTube Channel @NPro Street Record Label, with gratitude to its founder Akeem Williams De Puzo


I will be the keynote speaker at the first Women’s Speaker Experience in Cameroon

Public speaking for a woman in particular is an art and science to be mastered tactfully. I am still learning although I am far advanced in that domain and can now share my experience with other women. As a lawyer, a psychotherapist, a motivational speaker, an inspirational author, a lecturer, a social activist, founder of the association hope for the abused and battered, a Feminist and an etc, speaking in public is now the best tool I have to get my work done and pass my message across. One thing I know is that speaking isn’t only about opening your mouth or even showing up, no it can be said in several ways including through body language…I so love the concept and told Maestria to count me all in. It is indeed an honour to be a speaker at this maiden edition, right next to the dynamic, veteran trailblazzer artist and mama Annie Anzouer

.Approaching the international women’s day, what better way than to share and learn at such an experience? Join us and grab the few seats left. If you (or someone you know ) are or will be in Douala Cameroon, just follow the formalities on the flyer. It is definitely going to be an experience I can’t wait to show up for