Ini Abimbola is the Founder/Group CEO of the Thistle Group, an emerging group of enterprises, made of up business interests in Management Consulting...
AWP Network honours Itoro Eze-Anaba, founder of Mirabel Center
Itoro Eze-Anaba, Founder of the Mirabel Rape Crisis Center, was recently honoured at the AWP Network ‘Get Connected’ Forum for her dedication, service and commitment to women and girls empowerment in Nigeria.
I am an unrepentant advocate for social change and impact – Lilian Imoni
Lilian is one of Nigeria’s fine minds when it concerns ideas and strategy in today’s business, a trained project management and brands analyst with a penchant for all things...
Toyin Saraki: There needs to be a change on what spaces a woman cannot occupy
The Federal Government should put in place gender-positive policies which can empower women. Policies and legislation which will make fairer and more equal societies such as equal pay, childcare allowances for working mothers...
I’m inspired by the fearless, visionary women – Chika Ilang
I was rather the love child, who got almost all her little request to the best she knew, so there was really nothing pushing me to focus better as a child.
Asandia Hogan: From fashion shows to political campaigns
Born on August 25, 1981, Asandia Bassey Asuquo Hogan is a mother, wife and businesswoman from Ikot Nsisuk, Ward 6 of Calabar Municipality, who was able to carve out a niche for herself in the fashion industry.
I started advocacy when I got pregnant as a teenager – Blessing Timidi Digha
Blessing Timidi Digha is the Executive Director and also works as the Community Mobilization and Advocacy Officer at African Girl Child Development and Support Initiative, a non-governmental...
Esther Ijewere: Success is helping someone who can never pay you back
Esther Ijewere-Kalejaiye is an enterprising social activist, youth advocate, Columnist, author, mother of two and the Executive Director of Rubies Ink Initiative- a social enterprise outfit devoted to youth advocacy, public relations and social enterprise solutions among others.
I want to leave the door open for other women to succeed - Osayi Alile
I always take a step back. In the past, when things happen, I rush around, trying to find solutions, but now I take a step back and think things through. Challenges would come and you have to be ready because things cannot go smoothly forever.