Having worked at the BBC, ITV, Vox Africa, she honed her craft in hospital radio for the NHS. Since moving back to Lagos two years ago, Ore has found a home at the newly launched Lagos Talks 91.3 FM...
Folashade Medebem: Gender equality is a journey and Nigeria is moving in the right direction
Quite normal, I spent my formative childhood years both in England and Nigeria although I must say both experiences were very different, indeed, culturewise. In the UK I recall taking the class hamster home for the summer holidays - not something I could imagine ever doing in Nigeria!...
I am proud to be a mechanic - Solabi Bunmi , CEO Ladymek Stores
My childhood did not prepare me in anyway to be a Female Mechanic. My childhood dream was to be Medical Doctor, But while growing up, I have always loved cars.
50 shades of fab
You see her pulling back her top. You see her pulling down her skirt. You see her angling her body away, averting her eyes, folding into herself bit by bit until she can fit into a corner.
I’m very passionate about access to quality and affordable healthcare
Farida Kabir is a public health scientist, software developer, UI/UX designer, public speaker, trainer and tech entrepreneur with a passion for infusing health with technology. Founder and CEO of OTRAC, an e-learning software for African healthcare practitioners, she’s also the team lead for Google Women TechMakers Abuja and the co-organizer for Google Developer Group, Abuja.…
Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi: Fighting gender-based violence
Asides from the need to designate a special month in which we drive special awareness on this topic, DSVRT was actually established in September, on the 9th of September, 2014 to be precise. We are grateful to the Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode .....
One of my childhood decision was to have a business that would produce something my family needed – Angela Okon
My mom was a business woman. So I grew up looking up to her. As a child, I had always known that I would be an entrepreneur and that made me pay close attention to my mom's business. It was from there I got firsthand knowledge on how to run a business.
Tosin Durotoye: Nigeria and Africa needs women to move forward
Durotoye, a political scientist turned financial expert, aims to build world class, women-led technology companies by equipping entrepreneurs with the skills, resources and support needed to rapidly grow and scale their companies in emerging African markets.
Always stand tall even when there are reasons to fall – Karimot Isiaka
Karimot Isiaka is a Certified Life Coach, Two Times Amazon Best Selling Author, a Personal Development strategist. She is the founder of Becoming More Academy, which is an online Academy where people learn different tools that help them improve in their personal development journey.
As Country Manager, I am responsible for the overall commercial viability of RwandAir in Nigeria. I have oversight responsibilities for our Operations, Finance, Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Legal and Regulatory functions.