Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Welisane MOKWE NKENG ALLOWS US INTO HER WORLD


Fondly called Prolific and Passionate Weli by her friends, Welisane MOKWE NKENG was born and brought up in Kumbo where her dad was first posted as magistrate. She grew up in Bamenda and later in Buea in the South West region of Cameroon, when her father was transferred.  Wife to her darling Mr Right and mother from Masaka, Mbonge Sub division, the Journalist, Diplomat, trainer, and motivational speaker is driven by the passion to put a smile on the face of someone and to see the world change to a better place for all to live in. Very passionate about helping people to achieve their dreams when discussed the go getter in the diplomat Wellisane Mokwe Nkeng will do all to serve and save.

Working with the Cameroon radio television where she has served in different capacities, Welisane MOKWE NKENG is a multi-talented grandeur, thus; her work experience cuts across media productions such as presenting, editing, proofreading, stage performance, producing and directing. These among others connect her with grandees daily who salute her prowess, skill and encourage her to be phenomenal in her mission to save people.  Taking advantage of her sphere of influence, she won't stop making a difference in the lives of her listeners who relate with her daily on her shows.   She is the host of a weekly 'Young Voices' broadcast every Thursday at 6:30pm and the month's presenter and producer of the daily 'Brunch Time' show of the state run national radio station which begins at 10:15am with inspiration, information, entertainment and mentorship to make appropriate decisions for change. Wellisane MOKWE NKENG’s passion for her radio programs mentors the upcoming young entrepreneurs who are still striving to get their feet in business and career by bringing prestigious CEOs with household names live on air to share their success stories with the listeners.
She believes that its always good to be very ambitious and reach for the moon as global citizens can only become what they think. She also thinks women are moving from a past where the girl child was stigmatized to a better place where she is given opportunities.

WHAT FUELS ME?

Love: I sincerely love people #IamApeopleLover
Integrity: I stand for the truth always #IamMe
Beauty: A woman of both inner and outer beauty is Prolific and Passionate Welisane.

 
MY GREATEST INFLUENCE:

My Family: I must say that my family members have a good influence on me, as I am one of the pretty princesses of the house (She Laughs...)

MY TOP THREE ROLE MODELS:

* My Mom is my role model because she possesses the qualities of strength, bravery, humility and patience. My mother is a leader who leads by example.

* Oprah Winfrey, the creative, ingenious, inspiring, hardworking, influential and contented figure is my next model.

* Ufei NSEKE one of my bosses I have worked with and Condoleeza Rice with an indefatigable passion for qualitative education at all cost, are my models as well.

IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS…..

I hope to have advanced in my journalism career while creating a platform to better the lives of the girl child.

THE AFRICAN WOMAN’S CHALLENGE: 

The challenge of the African woman being judged not by what she can do, but by her gender. Women need to be given more opportunities to prove their worth and impact the society positively.

WHAT I DO TO RELAX: 

I love watching movies and dancing.


MY   –   I.C.E. [INSPIRE|CELEBRATE|EMPOWER] VISION

The African woman is a focused and compassionate woman. She is the pillar in her family. If she is inspired, she will do more; if she is celebrated, she will appreciate and will not take the glory alone; if she is empowered then the nation is empowered! I'm inspired by the hardwork and dedication of these women who are go getters, independent, and will stop at nothing to stand on their feet to make their dreams come true. 

MY AFRICAN UNION PLANS:

If I had the privilege to work with the African Union in The Women Advocacy and Empowerment Department, I will prefer to advocate for peace, unity and development through out Africa by striving to achieve this in our own small corner. 

FINAL WORDS OF ADVICE:
 
My advice to women out there: Do not be Afraid to make moves to see that change that you desire! Start with what you have where you are, and you will definitely not be found where you use to be!  Be deliberate about your action and keep loving and caring… This is what you are wired to do! 
Most of all, believe in yourself even when no one believes in you.

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