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Martin Beck Nworah Wednesday, April 26, 2017 4



This is Uchenna Eyisi. The beautiful Anambra State born sweetheart is doing wonders at Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu. The final year Law student was the former Students Union Government (SUG) Vice President of the university, a former Judge and currently, the Chief Justice of the Faculty of Law, ESUT. 

I met her today during the Moot Court competition we presided over and I couldn't get my mind off the achievements this lady has achieved in so short a time...you'll be shocked if I tell you her age. Her poise, spoken English, friendliness and ultimately, her comprehensive knowledge of the Rule of Law blew me away. 

She is my special brand of feminist. She is not talking plenty on social media to gain likes and comments; she's hardly ever on social media. She is using her life as a pointer to that ultimate empowerment we are preaching in this society. 



So today, I celebrate this wonderful princess who is the definition of beauty, brain and being humane. As I was leaving the university, she single handedly made sure I got transportation back to Awka and you know what? She paid all my bills from the Faculty of Law to the Motor Park. Boy o boy, I was thrilled and marvelled beyond words. Even the guys who invited me abandoned me. Just imagine!

So today, I celebrate Miss Uchenna Eyisi, the beautiful lady who is a walking and working feminist with her own life. She's not ranting on social media to gain likes or comments. She is using her life to motivate and encourage her fellow young ladies to dream and aspire to important positions in our society. Going forward, I know she will go places definitely. 

At the second edition of #SchoolBagToPortfolio tagged "Life: The Journey" in June this year, she will be present to join hundreds of other creative youths in Awka to engineer a new generation of workers and doers. 

I am inspired and happy!!!



Thank you UC. Meanwhile, I am not happy you didn't rate me high as a fine boy, biko hurry up and review that rating joor. I haff fine and I haff gat 30 billion for the account. 

Till we get to the Promised Land, I shall be waiting for when you will pass me a glass of water and thank God for the gift of grace for the race. 


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