Don’t be ashamed of being born poor, writer sends an important message to Nigerian girls

  • Nigerian girls have been urged not to be constrained by the circumstances of their birth, no matter where they are.
  • According to Khuraira Musa, girls can rise up and change their own status through hard work and determination.
  • Going further, he added that he said he wrote his biography to share his story with his children and leave something behind to inspire others.

A message has been sent to Nigerian girls. The message was sent by a US-based Nigerian and author, Khuraira Musa, who recently published a book titled ‘The Audacity of an African Girl’.

According to Musa, whose book is also on Amazon, the literary piece was written to inspire the young generation of Africans to strive to make a difference in their lives.

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Musa, who is a renowned makeup artist with more than 25 years of experience, said the book offers a glimpse into the life of a woman who took control of her destiny and overcame immense obstacles with her hope, determination and tenacity.

Nigerian girls urged to focus
Nigerian girls have been advised to work hard and not be limited by their birth. Photo Credit: John Mark/Vanguard
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She said:

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“I want to use this book to educate and share with the young generations of Nigerians or Africans that they should not feel ashamed of being born poor because how you came into this world does not determine how you will end up.

“They should understand that believing in themselves and working hard can make a big difference in their lives. You must never allow anyone to tell you that you cannot be what you dreamed of being.

“All they need is to have a passion and a goal, work hard to achieve it, and with a little daring, they can take on the world. I’m not saying it’s easy, but with a little passion, hard work and determination, it’s doable.”

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The Khuraira Cosmetics founder said she wrote her bio to share her story with her children and leave something behind to inspire others.

“I always knew that one day I would write a book about my journey, but I didn’t know when exactly. After contracting COVID-19 and being sick in a hospital bed fighting for my life, I thought about my youngest children, who never knew about my past.

“She wanted them to know who her mother was and her struggles before she had them. I thought I would not make it, which made me more determined to share my story with my children and leave something behind to inspire others,” said Ms. Musa.

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