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The Rise Of Nigerian Women: Profiling Amara Blessing Nwosu

Updated on September 15, 2014
Amara Nwosu
Amara Nwosu

The Rise Of Nigerian Women: Profiling Amara Blessing Nwosu

The new school of progressives are keen to pour adoration on people who over time has shown commitment and sheer desire to snuff life out of backwardness by proving different in a fatuous world. I blame them? NOT AT ALL!

These individuals who are outstanding and brilliantly endowed with unquantifiable wit have set a pattern for the emancipation of their people through a strategic game plan: to train, benefit, school, (re-)orientate, inform, educate, equip, elevate, develop and impart on the crowd of knowledge-starved people eager to carve a new chapter in their lives. From the league of achievers, I bring to you an enigma, socialite, fashion-queen, a dynamo and woman of action.

She's poised, gifted, resourceful, brainy, gallant, gorgeous and well celebrated. Her face is the mirror of beauty. Without much ado, I present to you our ENTREPRENEUR OF THE WEEK with a vision forged deep from the very inner soul to slap and punch with utter disregard the obstacles hindering the progress of all Nigerian women who desire to be self-reliant, independent and financially stable.

Amara Blessing Nwosu is pure vivacious class. ABN, as she is fondly called by her teeming fans, is a relationship consultant, mentor and professional speaker at Corporate and Religious Conferences is dedicated to assisting people with their interpersonal relationships. Fired by a zeal reaching even to the clouds, Amara is eager to make a big difference in the lives of many.

Amara Nwosu
Amara Nwosu

Amara graduated from the prestigious University of Lagos, and is a Corporate Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant certified by the Protocol School of Washington. She has attended several seminars relating to women, men and children. She has authored two books (Men’s Grooming and Women’s Grooming).

FaceBook page is setting the pace in reshaping the lives of the many men and women who have walked through the path decorated with pain. This FaceBook platform with almost 38,000 knowledge-thirsty followers cutting across continents serves timely sumptuous and professional counseling on relationships, human experience, family and interpersonal matters. It is a vibrant world of never-heard-of-before questions that can blow your mind. Feed your soul with experiences of life from thousands of people that can wet your cheeks and hook your mind with happy and sad tales. It is a world of tales and many sojourns of people from all walks of life. It is a gathering of cultures, peoples and their many stories.

Amara FaceBook page is a whole world of entertainment, assorted stories very unlike what you've ever come across; it is a world of squashed egos, betrayals, denials, intrigues and the many misfirings of man's imperfection. It is a world of blockbusters where reality out-plays fiction.

Amara Nwosu
Amara Nwosu

ABN is a popular Newspaper columnist with weekly articles in The Guardian, PM News, and Sunday Express newspapers in Nigeria. By moving into the counseling field and guided by the London Institute of Counseling, ABN would be concentrating on her particular area of interest, interpersonal relationships, life issues, and intimacy. ABN has been consulting with corporate organizations, individuals, and couples. She has been speaking professionally for over 10 years. She is the founder of Dorcas Generation Initiative: catering for widows in several communities across the country. She is also the brain behind CAWACI Club International, a club that came to be as a result of a Facebook group she created in 2011. Today, CAWACI is registered in Nigeria and has done so much for less privileged African children in public schools and hospitals.

ABN is an activist, a motivational speaker, relationship consultant and expert. Her expertise in protocol and etiquette, costumer relations, capacity building and image consulting is second to none. is another innovative venture geared at reaching that goal for a wider coverage. It provides relationship counseling for singles, abused and divorced adults.

"ABN has worked closely alongside medical, Welfare, Cooperate and legal professionals for years, ranging from Social Workers, Employers and Attorneys helping people to achieve and maintain successful relationships"

Driven by sheer determination to hijack success by the collar, ABN today, is a story of comfort. She's a testimony that happiness through hardwork is attainable.

Amara Nwosu
Amara Nwosu

"ABN has a broad range of life experience, is well received by multi-faceted and multi-cultural groups, has a wonderful way of making people feel relaxed and comfortable, giving them the opportunity to engage with her readily and source the practical solutions that they need to acquire in order to advance their relationships.

ABN’s Personal Story:
"ABN experienced great personal trauma when she was given out in marriage at a tender age of seventeen. She had been a teenage bride, who, in spite of the spousal abuse that she constantly faced and lived with, she remained committed to her marriage due to her christian upbringing and cultural values, until it was no longer tenable to raise her children under the circumstance of such demeaning abuse. This made her determined to discover the secret to relationship success, and not to accept failure as an option. Driven by her determination, ABN uncovered valuable lessons and secrets to keeping it all together, enjoying who you are and succeeding in what you do. “Being the person God created you to be” became her watch anthem.

"Through Amara, God has healed many broken marriages and people have been joined together in holy matrimony. Like Amara tells everyone, "I don't know how and why God healed every scar on my body and in my soul. I can't find a single scar on and in me. My forehead was regularly knocked on texcoat (very rough) wall, I bled regularly from my nostrils, but I can't find the scars. There is something supernatural about it all. I believe God took me through it for my ministry and that is why I have no bitterness against anyone, not even him. I had lunch with him some time ago and we are friends."

A high achiever herself, Amara believes in practical solutions and is dedicated to helping marriages find peace. Amara believes that the world would be a better place if only parents can raise their children in love. In her usual words, Life is good with Christ at the centre. She is one woman who is known to celebrate the headship of the man in the home. To Amara, gender equality is okay in the market place but never in the home. Amara is now married to a man who truly loves and adores the woman she is and they are blessed with children".


It is only when a child washes his hands clean, he sits and dines with the elders. Let your shadow of goodwill continue to cast on every soul.

As our people will say:
"Ka ayi na-achụ aja ka ikpe na-ama ndi mụọ.

"Let us keep offering sacrifice thereby passing the blame to the gods (spirits).

Do your part and leave the rest to God".

Let us one and all, support this cause by all means possible. Such entrepreneurial adventures as this can only add to the knowledge we have and make us better persons. Share with others so they can be benefited.

Get trained for a better tomorrow.

Join almost 38,000 people benefiting from this noble cause here Amara on FaceBook and share your problems. For a problem shared is a problem solved.

To all Entrepreneurs out there, I say: KEEP THE FLAG FLYING!

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Next week will showcase another Nigerian setting the pace for others to follow..

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A piece of creative writing by
Alexander Thandi Ubani
A Poet, Playwright, Writer and Thespian
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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      I pray with you too, teaches. She's already touching lifes. More will be liberated by her effort. Bless you

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      Bless you, bless you and bless you too Ruby. Wish you the very best

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      Anita: ya, you are right. Thanks my dear.

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      Oh Frank, you words are always gladdening. So sad I haven't been on hubpages in recent times. Been cooking a book. Thanks Sir for your support. I'm most grateful. Blessings to you

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      DDE: thanks for your kind message. Bless you.

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      Dianna Mendez 3 years ago

      I admire her stand on marriage and family. She sounds like a wonderful person and I pray she reaches many with her good message.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

      When you profile a woman I know she is special. I loved reading about her life and her rise to do something about her abusive husband. God bless her and you Thandi. Great series..Thank you..

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      Anita 3 years ago

      I am one of her fans on facebook...she is really doing a gOod job.

      Thanks Thandi for sharing.

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      your profiling series should be commended and how you profile them is remarkable, bless you

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      You have accomplished such a beautiful hub.