Why People Aren’t Supporting My Pet Project, According to Titi Abubakar
Hi there! It’s Titi Abubakar, and I want to talk to you about something that’s been bothering me. You see, I have this pet project called the Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF), and I’ve noticed that not many people are supporting it. And do you know why? It’s simply because I’m married to a famous politician and business tycoon, Atiku Abubakar. But that’s not fair, is it? Let’s dive deeper into this issue.
It’s disheartening to see that Nigerians are neglecting my pet project just because of who I’m married to. They assume that since I have a famous husband, I don’t need any support or help. But that’s not true at all! I’m running this project with stipends for food from my husband, which means I still need the support of others to make it successful.
Support from the community is crucial for any project to thrive. When people come together and support a cause, it creates a ripple effect. It not only helps the project financially but also raises awareness and encourages others to get involved. So, by supporting my pet project, you can make a real difference in the lives of women and children affected by trafficking and child labor.
It’s important to challenge the stereotypes and assumptions that people make based on someone’s marital status or connections. Just because I’m married to a politician doesn’t mean I don’t have my own passions and goals. I am dedicated to making a positive impact in society, and I need your support to do that.
So, let’s break the barriers and support each other’s endeavors. Don’t judge a project based on someone’s personal life or associations. Instead, focus on the impact it can have and the lives it can change. Together, we can make a difference and create a better future for everyone.