The British Council in Nigeria on the event of her 75th anniversary in Nigeria thanked writer, storyteller, and BlankPaperz Mirabelle Morah, who was the winner of the Study UK Exhibition 2018 Video Challenge.
Written by Ben Kassoy: In that vein, a self-care routine doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming or really require any serious life changes. The most important feature of it is to simply exist. And often, it’s the very simple, very personalized things we do that have the biggest impact on our sense of well-being—especially if we take the time to recognize the benefits. Need some inspo for your own routine?
Ben Kassoy asked 13 stylish folks (including Mirabelle Morah) about the good looks they rock in the hopes of generating good vibes, and here’s what they had to say.
Malala Funds Feature: Ahead of Nigeria’s election, 33 girls share their hopes for the next president
As Nigerian voters register in record numbers, Malala Funds spoke to 33 girls and young women around the country to hear their hopes for the next president. Read Mirabelle’s thoughts on these.
The Role of Youths in Peace building: Mirabelle Speaks at Creative Associates Int’l Panel in Washington DC
Creative welcomed 20 university students from five countries – Mali, Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon – on June 17, with six of the students, including Mirabelle Morah, participating in a panel discussion about youth-led development efforts in their countries.
Don’t we all know this already? I felt yes! I’m among all these amazing people and I have to make the best out of it by asking questions of people who’ve been there, done that. I can’t die in silence and in assumptions.
Intense Meetings, Beautiful Culture & Exciting Visits! Nigerian Common Futures Conversations Reps share their Experience in Addis Ababa
I can’t wait to share the fun part of our trip. What is it they say again about traveling? Yes, the best stories and memories in life can be found between the pages of your passport. Thankfully, the intense meetings were punctuated with memorable visits and informal activities.
Watch the moment when Mirabelle Morah was announced as winner of Her Network Woman of the Future Award
The Woman of the FUTURE category recognizes a young female entrepreneur below the age of 25 who lives an untold story of passion and perseverance towards a project or business. This young woman must be a graduate or undergraduate and have a good reputation with a high potential of building a successful business or platform.
Ashoka Africa and Trace TV invites youths to share their inspirational stories of change and connect with others. Check out Mirabelle Morah, Ashoka Africa Youth Champion‘s story of change.
Ananke is a non-profit, online interactive platform engaging women across the MENA region and beyond. It is a platform showcasing women trailblazers, visionaries, women in leadership positions as role models for young women, seeking inspiration, guidance and mentoring in the MENA region. Check out Mirabelle Morah’s feature on page 12-13 of the special issue of Ananke Magazine for the International day of the Girl Child.
Woman.ng Feature: 19-Year Old Mirabelle Morah Is Building A Strong Community Of Young African Writers
As a teenager, Mirabel had read Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie and she was struck by how the writer could capture societal issues in words. So, being a writer, Mirabel decided to start her website just to put up her stories.
Mirabelle Morah has been considered for nomination for the Youth Influencer of the Year for 2018, Under the ROM Awards.