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Entertainment of Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Source: Ibrahim Abubakari

An epitome of a true African woman by Stacy Amewoyi

Stacy Amewoyi Stacy Amewoyi

Many at times women of success are applauded of their hard work and determined spirit which has driven them to their current status, but their behind the scenes are often forgone for the affront appearance.

Whilst some have a disturbing past of using dubious means to reach their present, others have toiled through the hustle of poverty, harassment, abuse, and pain and springing out of these have choked success upon success.

As such is Stacy M. Amewoyi, born an orphan, despised by own family members and disowned by friends, thrived to become a video vixen and losing out at some point, gathered herself once again but this time with enthused energy than before.

After an awful experience of being a house help and a waiter at a restaurant to a tea seller and kayayoo, she has built a wall of a strong African woman who, notwithstanding the fallen nature of man is giving back to society through her foundation.

Stacy is an inspiration by all standards and by reason of this has put together the details of the above mentioned experiences and more in her memoir she has titled the King’s Choice.

The King’s Choice brings to fore the realities of the life as an orphan, the depressions of life, the suicide attempts and the heartbreaking experiences of love. In there, the determination in the eyes of the African woman is well spelt not forgetting the struggles they go through in achieving their recent statuses.

Go grab a copy at all authorized Shell shops across the capital city, or get a read on Amazon, EBooks, Barnes and Nobles and interestingly in audio for your listening pleasure on