Women4Africa: Oluyemisi Aiyegbusi
Oluyemisi Aiyegbusi is president and chief operations officer of Olu Olu Foods Group Worldwide, one of the most reputable African foods brand globally. She also serves as one of company directors for Yem Yom Ventures UK Limited. Oluyemisi Aiyegbusi, a highly motivated executive with more than 20 years experience leading a multi-national conglomerate, began her…
Waje: the diva, activist, and mother
Voice of a diva. Life of a star. And the mind of an activist. But when Guardian Woman sits down with Aituaje Aina Vivian Iruobe, aka Waje, it is the mind of the activist that shines brightest.
Spreading health consciousness for the over-weight
Remi Owadokun is a Brazilian-Nigerian certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, New York which is the world largest nutrition school.
The Tolu Sangosanya story: I lived in constant fear of dying
Tolulope Sangosanya suffered dyslexia as a child, which impinged on her self-esteem, making her believe she won’t amount to anything great in life.
Style tips for plus-sized Women
Fashion blogger and enthusiast Tolu Precious spoke with The Guardian exclusively about dressing for a plus-sized figure. According to Precious, many Nigerian women are plus-sized and though a lot ...
Ivie Omoregie:Solicitor and creative thinker breaking new grounds
Ivie Omoregie is beauty and brain put together. In her world there is no impossibility. She is a key associate in the Energy & Project Practice Groups...
Beyond Parity: Women climbing the property ladder
Real estate which has been identified as a major contributor to the Nigerian economy, has traditionally been looked at as a man’s domain.