Good day everyone 😊.
There's a saying that: “Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader; they only set out to make a difference”
It's women's history month. With international women's Day just around the corner, March 8th to be precise let's see how far women have come from being docile housewives to leaders and game changers in the world today.. by highlighting their contributions to their countries, society and homes.
My WCM is Dora Nkem Akuyili.
Dora Nkem Akuyili (OFR), former Director General of National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).
I would like to acknowledge her struggles and numerous achievements targeted at repositioning Nigeria.
Her virtues as a leader are worthy of emulation for every public office holder in Nigeria, Africa and the entire world. In some other parts of the world, People like her are put on stamps and on statues at different public places where the younger generations who were either too young to see her good works or the generation yet unborn as at that time, can visit to be encouraged to lead selfless lifestyles. She saved lives and she instituted a system that is still saving lives. Akuyili is a leader per excellence.
Is there any Nigerian female leader we admire? Might be your boss, or even yourself.
What steps are you taking to ensure you create Leaders and not scared subordinates?
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you're a leader". - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nice one. I think women should be appreciated in Nigeria. They should be encouraged and given more leadership roles.