In response to the EdÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s note you wrote last week, here is one Every Woman interview that touched me since May last year. It is about retired BLM chairperson Sakkar Sacrannie who you featured in your birthday edition last June.
Her long story run for two weeks because it could not be featured in just one week but it was worth it. Actually, after I read the first part, I was itching to get the next edition of Every Woman so I could finish reading through SacranieÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s amazing life. She has a colourful past and it is amazing to note how, in her old age, she is working towards giving back to people in Malawi. I remember, somewhere in the interview, she mentioned that she cannot die until she fulfils her God-given mission of making life better for Malawians and I was humbled by her words.
It is also inspiring that at such an old age (IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve forgotten exactly how old she is), Sacranie still runs three real estate companies as well as three schools. Malawian women could learn a thing or two from her; I know I did! And her story converted me into an Every Woman fanatic. Now, I just have to get my weekly fix.