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#EducateAGirl #EAGNigeria #MyEAGExperience by EAG Scholar, Dorothy

One day I was browsing through twitter and I saw an advertisement targeted at girls between the ages of 18-24 years, who were interested in a 4-day Journalism & Leadership training to be held in LAGOS.

According to the organizers, there would be free transportation (from anywhere in Nigeria, to and fro) free accommodation and feeding. And I thought, Ah ah, just like that? In Lagos? 

I was skeptical about applying, but I still went ahead and did so. I was selected a week after. Excited, I packed my bags and left for Lagos like I knew where I was headed. The training was scheduled to hold at Virgin Rose Resort, Victoria Island. That was about all I knew.

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#MyEAGStory by Adenike Aina Oyindamola Adeniyi [EAG Scholar #49].

Thomas Paine said and I quote, ‘the mind once enlightened, cannot again become dark’.

img_20160702_231245_678-2I arrived, a tabula rasa, also with a very low self esteem, on the first day of the EAG training organized by the Dawood Global Foundation, in partnership with the Whole Woman Network.

I was too timid to participate in the numerous life changing activities; from the mind-blowing lectures on Journalism, to the deeply inspired biography of Malala Yousafzai, due to a malnourished sense of confidence my home provided me. It was soon very clear to me, that I would have no limit, but myself.

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#EducateAGirl #EAGNigeria: A Platform to Empower Girls Though Training in Media Studies & Journalism.

Educate a Girl #EAGNigeria #TogetherWeAreTransformingLives

Social Diary
24-30 January 2016
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Thank you to Pakistan ObserverSadia Zahid MalikMaliha Waqas for this lovely spread on this important cause. —(As shared on FB by T.U Dawood)

A more detailed report of the EAGNigeria Summit to follow shortly…
EAG Nigeria Social Diary