Steemcamp visitation to over 800 Female Secondary School students in Nigeria : Project Update
So after the Radio interview Talking about project Let's Unite to End violence against women, We went straight to St John Female Secondary school to meetup with more than 800 students. Should we say I expected that large amount of girls, no no we did not. So the gift we brought did not practically reach all of them.
We received a very warm welcome from the School management as they officially welcomed us to the high table.
Queen Vera of South East Nigeria started as the first speaker.
She educated the children on Child molestation and a remedy towards stopping child sex abuse and molestation.
She explains further with instance of how her female children get sexually abuse by their auntie's husband or house maids in the home.
She also give remedy/ provide possible solution if that case arise. She encourage them to report such situation to the appropriate authority and she also dropped her personal contact in case any child was interested in counseling.
@sushie was the next speaker
She talked more about Chosen the right career and also introduced blockchain technology even at their young age.
She talked about choosing a career that will suit today's lifestyle using herself as an example of how her parents wanted her law but she found out that Public speaking I'd better for her. So she decided to study Mass Community and now takes TV presentation as a passionate career.
She related it to how blockchain technology has been a grate help to her career based on Steemit and the new killa app coming soon which is @appics.
She made reference to how other entrepreneurs get support for their project through @fundition and also how @youArehope has helped support so many African Students especially from Nigeria.
She explains how these platforms are very important for choosing a career in the future. She encouraged them to be updated and not left out from the next generation technology.
Accord to @sushie, Talking about cryptocurrency and its tech was not an easy take but she was happy that few students showed response after the event.
Indeed, the event was a huge success but I will have to continue this visitation update in our next post. Video coming soon too.
Thanks to our supporter for this event.
Thanks @appics who was our major Sponsor
Thanks to @Adsactly
Thanks to Wls-Africa
Thanks to Everyone who made it possible for the event to be achieved.
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