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1 day ago
According to a notable artist; Art should be something that liberates your soul, provokes the imagination and encourages people to go further.”
1 day ago
Ofovwe Aig-Imoukhuede, the wife of billionaire business mogul Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, has taken charge as the Executive Vice Chair of the Aig-Imoukhuede foundation.
1 day ago
Bukola Shobowale is the head of business for Quadrant MSL with over 10 years experience across several industries, including advertising, public relations and strategic communications.
2 Oct
It’s surprising to see just how many people get to the much-coveted position of leading a team without really having a clue about leadership.
18 Sep
I've had the idea for Olori since my third year in the university. I was frustrated that I couldn’t find makeup shades that suited my skin tone and that I had to mix several shades of lipstick or foundation to get the shade...
18 Sep
To provide a platform for female African talents, e-commerce Conglomerate, Amazon, has partnered with AGS Tribe, Africa’s female-focused community for economic growth, to deepen their diversity and inclusion efforts.
11 Sep
Chika Ruth Nwajoku is a woman and youth entrepreneurship advocate and founder of The Leathercraft Academy, a shoemaking school created to foster socio-economic growth and reduce youth unemployment in Nigeria.
28 Aug
Without a doubt, these careers were lucrative. But art has always been my passion. Like my course of study at the university (Quantity Surveying), I worked in the construction and banking industry to make my mother happy.
14 Aug
Dr. Yinka Opeke is a development economist and the founder of Smart Gas with a mission to generate jobs towards the development of Nigeria’s economy.
7 Aug
Driving the paradigm shift and sharing the voices of trailblasing women in the corporate and business world by recognising their innate potentials, sharing their life stories and mentoring other women is SheCan Nigeria.
17 Jul
I was born in 1987 and raised in Blantyre, Malawi and I am a Christian. My father was a creative entrepreneur; sadly he passed away when I was 12.
3 Jul
So goes the old adage: The hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world. While some might find depth and truth in this saying, others might beg to differ based on realities that determine the social challenges women face the world over.
3 Jul
Rachel Onamusi is the founder and CEO of VN Sync, a full-service marketing agency with expertise media and a keen focus on digital media strategy development and implementation.

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