I am not disabled everywhere!
One of the challenges we have as disabled women is discrimination. Vehicles are not accessible and even when they are able-bodied people will step in. Drivers lack patience with us. An example of personal discrimination was even though I gained one of the highest marks in my exams at school I was not chosen to become a prefect. I was told that as someone with disability I would not be able to fulfill this role which was not fair.
Becoming computer literate had really helped me and will continue to help me. Where I go with these skills they will help me. My education in this area will serve towards employment for me. Disability does not mean I am disabled everywhere! I have a brain! I have the talent! I am able to do more than people think I can do. After I have sat my West African Certificate I want to go to university to read Journalism, I have ambition for my future.