"My work, which began by combatting harmful traditions (female genital mutilation), has been to help create an environment where the values and rights of women are recognized and where their talents and wisdom are nurtured. I'm excited to cooperate with Solid Earth Africa, and believe that KMG and SEA together can contribute to a movement for a better life and future. It is not about me. It is about giving the people, particularly the poor, a decent habitat. I take the opportunity to cooperate with SEA, because their concept is about creating a living space, a decent habitat from the earth, while protecting the environment. The damage to mother earth is minimal, while teaching the poor to create a balanced ecosystem, and I cannot wait until SEA starts its first construction in Kembatta!"