Madam Asana Mahama, Founder of Daughters of Upper West, a women advocacy group that seeks for women empowerment states that irrespective of ones’ background as a lady she can still become the woman of her dreams, stressing “We shouldn’t see white color jobs alone as dignified jobs”.
She made the statement in an interview with Bamie Tahir-Ahmed, Monday August17, 2020 on Radio Waa’s morning show program (Wa Gyaa Yela). According to her she went through a lot of struggles before she became who she is now. Ms. Asana revealed that her mother was a trader and her father was a mechanic, stressing she has been doing all sorts of trading in order to earn cater for herself noting that, she did not find easy and still pictures what she wants to become, who she is and what she can become.
Meanwhile, according to her, the fact that a lady do not have what she needs now it does not mean one can not get it.
Madam Asana indicated that she engaged in baking in order to get something for sustenance, admonishing ladies in the Upper West Region not to sit idle but find something meaningful to better their lives rather than engaging in immoral acts.
She cautioned the youth to be circumspect stating “where your right ends someone right commence there, don’t circulate nude stuffs all in the name of having and knowing your rights is an act of ignorance because you can be fine of obscenity, the fact that you have your right doesn’t mean you should violate someone’s right by uploading nude stuffs online, don’t let your present situation override you of something you will regret tomorrow”.
Daughters of Upper West region was on the verge of sending one lady to the tertiary institution before covid-19 strikes, their motive is in ladies but if their finances reach its maximum expectation they will add up men too in order to assist them. “Your dreams can be achieved based on your own expectations and how you work towards it. Strive hard never give up because you can make it, you may be late but it is better than to loose your life and dignity” Madam Asana concluded.