Financial literacy is essential to anyone, and for women responsible for providing for their children and families, the skill of making, managing and growing wealth is fundamental. One of the common threads of most single female breadwinners (single mothers) is that they live in survival mode.
When society continues to portray women responsible for their families as struggling, broke and always needy, it is not farfetched for women to begin to believe these narratives and live into it, but it does not have to be so.
Therefore, Wevvo Nigeria has partnered with the founder of Smart Money Africa and Author of The Smart Money Woman and “The smart money tribe”; Arese Ugwu to educate single moms on financial literacy and savings culture.
According to the founder of Wevvo Nigeria Weyinmi Eribo; “We believe that it is possible to live parallel lives of caring for the family while attaining financial freedom, hence our reason for partnering with Arese Ugwu to share her…
Source: Guardian Newspaper