Nigeria is super low and honestly quite disheartening, the attention from the government as well is discouraging, but in two years of our business and three years of our blog, we have been able to educate and inspire quite a number of Nigerians and...
The Hollywood reporter lists Mo Abudu among 25 most powerful women in global television
The Founder and CEO of EbonyLife TV is being recognised as an influential woman in the media industry for the second time.
Consistency, hard work and talent have brought me where I am today - Adejumoke Aderounmun
I don’t take myself to work; I don’t take Jumoke to work. So, when I’m on set anywhere, I am that character I read in the script. So, at the time that I was shooting season six of Jenifas diary, it was Esther that was there.
Gbemi Shasore :‘We have observable evidence of a decline in reading culture’
Gbemi Shasore is the Executive Publisher of Quramo Publishing Limited, an indigenous media company committed to producing quality content for its diverse audience. She is also the owner of MainEvents and Campaigns Limited, an event management company.
The Ogechi Stella Njoku story: Raped twice, living with HIV and standing tall against all odds
Ogechi was raped twice at the age of 16 on different occasions while hawking. The mother of four and graduate of Economics from the University of Ibadan is also living with HIV...
Kiki Osinbajo: ‘My generation is getting to create our own brands and identities
At barely 5’1, she’s petite, slight of frame, and just 24 years old. Yet there is nothing small about Kiki Osinbajo’s goals and her determination to execute them.
Ronke Bamisedun: A successful rule breaker
Ronke Bamisedun is a PR consultant and Founder, BWL Agency, a Lagos-based strategic brand development and communications company, with experience covering music...
Let us sow seed of giving into the lives of our children - Folusho Liasu, Philanthropist & Lawyer
Mofoluwasho Monisola Liasu is a Lagos based practising lawyer. She attended the University of Lagos, Akoka where she bagged a first degree in law and thereafter proceeded to bag an additional post graduate degree in International law and diplomacy.
My mother’s shoes are too big to fill, I am carving my own path - Sonia Irabor
To be honest, I don’t think I know myself. I believe I am lucky in the sense that every aspect of everything I do, I love. I am not a very organised person and my time management is poor.