Fumbi Chima is a top global executive, ROI-driven business leader and business growth strategist of Nigerian origin, currently serving as the Global Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Adidas. She is an accomplished business executive with exceptional senior management skills in strategic planning, acquisition, and business development.
Nigeria Rugby League Association
The Nigeria Rugby League Association (NRLA) recently hosted the 2019 Middle East and Africa (MEA) Championship with Nigeria emerging as the eventual winners of the tournament, defeating Morocco 38-16 at the TBS Cricket Oval, home of Lagos Cricket Club.
Maje Ayida, Ngozi Ojora, Louise Priddy and Farida Sanusi are fitness instructors and stars of Nigeria’s Instagram traffic feeds on Health & Fitness who, collectively, are making an impact on the lives of many people
Creating support for SMEs at The Funding Space 2019
The Funding Space held its 3rd Annual Convening on September 12 -13, 2019 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos. This year’s theme was Social Change Intersections in Africa and had in attendance...
We’re in it together
It has been said, that “women and Corporate Social Responsibility go hand-in-hand” (source: www.triplepundit.com) and, indeed, women can be key drivers of change in the corporate world.
Message from the First Editor
I am pleased to present the fifth edition of Guardian Angels. It has been particularly inspiring to read and edit the incoming stories this month, the common themes being peace and engaging in actions towards a better world.
Where angels dare to tread
Dr Akudo Anyanwu is an award-winning global health expert, public health innovator and social entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the field of international development.
A light to prevent darkness
WanderSafe is a complete holistic personal safety solution. It is both a free smartphone app to download that will give you information about where you are and it works together with a beacon...
Imam Abubakar Abdullahi: A life-saving angel
Not only did he save one life, but by hiding 262 Christians in his mosque, the Muslim cleric saved them from the slaughtering hands of herdsmen last year on June 23, 2018 in Plateau State.