Luv FM Women and Business Fair opens in Kumasi

Luv FM Women and Business Fair opens in Kumasi

Participants at the fair Women from all fields of endeavour have converged at the Kumasi City Mall for the LUV FM Women and Business Fair.

The event, which ends on Sunday April 14,2019 is aimed at creating platform for women to share experiences and networking for enhanced empowerment .
It is the first of its kind in the region where women who are captains in their various fields of endeavor gathering to reach out to each other.

Participants are drawn from traditional authority, academia, public service, commerce, entrepreneurship, sports and entertainment, among others are gathering for seminars, exhibition mentorship sessions.
It follows the on-air launch and subsequent hosting of programmes on Luv Fm by selected women.

Founder of Fabulous Women Network, Ama Duncan, Chief Executive of Richlove Travel Consult, Richlove Mba, and host of Lunchtime Rhythms on Luv FM, Anita Akua Kyerewaa-Kuma were joined by Events and Promotions Executive at Luv FM, James Herman to launch the event on The Diary. Mama Efe Amanor is host of Obra Show on Nhyira FM

Host of Social Magazine Show on Nhyira Fm, Mama Efe Amanor, who stood in for the General Manager of Multimedia Kumasi at the opening ceremony asked for support of residents of Kumasi to make the event a success.

On her part, Founder of Jackson College of Education, Theodosia Jackson, want the women not to look down upon themselves.
According to her, women were endowed with a lot talents at creation which are yet to be unearthed. Mrs Theodosia Jackson

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She wants women to focus attention on skill acquisition which she compares to currency.
"If it is school, please do.Opportunities abound so we must take advantage of them as women and stop looking down upon ourselves. Don’t look down upon yourself and say your parents are poor. Please try and do something for yourself, "she said.
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