Olayemi Olusoga: From banking hall to bookshelf
Olayemi Olusoga is a banker, writer and advocate for gender parity. She holds a BA in Mass Communication from Babcock University and a Masters in Media and Communications from the Pan-Atlantic University. She is a member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations and has attended courses in Marketing and Sustainability at Pan-Atlantic University’s School…
Evelyn Okoloh is a Geology graduate and ex-banker married with three kids. She runs her business, Eves Kitchen, in Lagos. I AM a seven years cancer survivor, having been diagnosed of stage-three breast cancer in 2010. I went through surgery chemotherapy and radiotherapy and was confirmed cancer free in March 2013 in an Indian hospital.…
Bolanle Olukanni:‘I realised I’m in a place of opportunity and privilege.
Bolanle Olukanni is a TV presenter, fashion favourite and producer. She is a host on pan-African talk show Moments, hit music reality show Project Fame and one of Nigeria’s favourite red carpet shows On the Carpet with Bolinto.
HNWOTY 2017 finale: Celebrating outstanding women
The maiden edition of the Her Network Woman of the Year (HNWOTY) Awards, which took place in Lagos last Sunday, instituted a driving force in the realm of award ceremonies made for women, by women.
In this interview with GuardianWoman, she talks about her passion for children, the need for parents to be actively involved in their children’s upbringing and how leisure can be an alternative means of learning for them. Kindly tell us about yourself? My name is Amaka Ezekwugo nee Eneli, CEO and Founder of A&A Kids. I…
Tewa Onasanya : Women are great for the economy
Exquisite Magazine organises the exquisite magazine annual cancer walk, an event aimed at increasing the awareness for cervical and breast cancer and free screening for people.
Titi Ogufere: Design is in my DNA
Titi Ogufere is the current President of the Interior Designers Association of Nigeria (IDAN).
Ogubere Ethel Oreva
Ogubere Ethel Oreva is a serial entrepreneur and a graduate of Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.
Losing my husband to cancer inspired me to start my foundation – Eniola Salu Akintunde
Eniola Salu Akintunde is a native of Agbede town, Etsako west of Edo state, Nigeria. Second child in a family of seven children, single handedly brought up by her mother a primary school teacher.