Full Name: Nesisa Moyo
Likes: Reading, inspiring people, motivating people, honest people.
Tell us about yourself
My name is Nesisa Moyo, 35 years of age. I am a Woman of God who strongly believes I have been destined for such a time as this. I love my God and can’t imagine life without Him. I am happily married for 10 years now, and we have been blessed with 2 handsome little boys.
I am a nurse by profession (something a lot of people don’t agree with when I tell them) which I find very funny. Because of my love for reading, I furthered my studies to do a master’s degree in nursing education with the University of Johannesburg. I love education because I enjoy motivating and inspiring people to better themselves.
I believe in giving back to the community, I have a Non-Profit Organisation called African Child Alive (ACA). Through ACA we have ministered to a lot of people in our community and continue doing so. We have been to Jackson Park squatter camp in Eikenhof, and ministered to the Preschool children there, we handed out shoes, clothes, toys, books, etc. I enjoy doing this kind of work because it always leaves a smile in people’s’ faces and that makes me feel good and happy.
Share an experience that almost destroyed you
In my early teenage life, I didn’t know God and would always go into mischief. When I came to know God, I had a complete positive shift. I’m so grateful that I found God at that time because only then I was able to redirect my life to where I wanted it to be in future. Had it not been for God, I wouldn’t be where I am today.
How has this experience impacted your life
It gave my life a meaning
Do you think that had it not been for this experience you would have become the person you are
If it wasn’t for the encounter I had with God, I wouldn’t be the person I am today.
What advice do you have for someone that has been through the same experience?
My advice will be to soak themselves in God’s presence, never to lose hope in God because our God is alive.
What does women empowerment mean to you?
Women empowerment goes with self-determination. It means I am able to confidently help/assist another woman to rise up beyond their limitations. I become that agent of change and positively influence their life.
Tell us about your pageantry history
I grew up in pageantry, my eldest sister would enter me in pageants from when I was very young. She used to make all the gowns I wore, and I’ll look pretty. Growing up I somehow stashed all that under the pillow, got married and completely thought now it’s over. It was until one of my dearest friends introduced me to Mrs Universe Africa 2019. I never thought I had it but she believed in me, I had the privilege of having the most amazing Pageant Director ever, I learnt a lot in my pageant journey through my director. I won the Mrs Universe Africa 2019 title and proceeded to China to represent Africa at the 42nd Annual Mrs Universe Pageant.
What inspired you to join pageantry
I suppose bringing back the self-confidence I once had before brought me back to pageantry, because I had now become this shy person with a very low self-esteem.
What should we expect from you in 2021?
The year has just started, and we recently launched MIGETHAN PAGEANTS which runs Miss Mogul InterAfrica, Mrs Mogul InterAfrica and Mrs ZimbabweSA. Currently we have Miss Mogul InterAfrica 2021 and Mrs Mogul InterAfrica 2021 running. Look out for our posts on our social media pages, like us and follow us.
What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
The legacy I wish to leave behind is the work I do in honesty, inspiring and motivating other women to become the best version of their life.
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