Nura is 22 and lives in Kano Nigeria with her mother and sister. She studied mathematics at university. She has a content business which she started 2 years ago for which she undertakes various activities on a freelance basis, such as photography, writing and content development. Nura has also just started podcasting. She is passionate about community development projects and one of her favourite places is a community hub where she likes to collaborate on projects. The pandemic has changed her life in that she needs to stay at home, so she can’t go out to do the work she used to do. She has been looking for some virtual jobs and has been submitting for writing competitions in her spare time.

“It’s not actually lack of information, it’s an overload of information. There’s so much information going out and it’s hard to keep track of which one is authentic and which one is not… If girls can have, if everyone actually, can have a medium of getting authentic information – I don’t know if that’s possible because every day you hear this and that on social media on the radio on the TV, there’s always news and it can get really overwhelming sometimes.”