NEHAWU set up a mobile 'spa' on Jammie Plaza on Monday to celebrate women workers and students on campus during Women's Month.
Braving the August weather, women were given neck and shoulder massages, hand treatments and giveaways, courtesy of Eternal Child.
It was a first for NEHAWU on campus and chairperson Patricia Bevie said she'd been surprised by the turnout.
"It was our aim to acknowledge women for the sacrifices they make in society and to let them know that there are outlets like this to destress. The labour relation is not a love relationship and can be stressful at times."
Bevie said NEHAWU encouraged women to unite in empowering one another.
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