He could not answer because he has never heard such cries with his own ears but the prayer people, who were introduced to him by his driver, told him that the house is haunted.
Forbes Woman Africa launches first television show,
Forbes Woman Africa, the continent’s first-ever women’s interest magazine from the highly successful FORBES stable, launches its very first television show through FORBES AFRICA TV, in partnership with Ecobank.
The Metrowoman Marketplace debuts on Guardian TV next Tuesday
CEO of Metrowoman, Chinenye Nnoli, said in a press statement that the five-minute video interview series to be called The Metrowoman Marketplace, would tell the stories behind emerging brands founded by Nigerian women on digital platforms.
I started my business with N10, 000, says Harrison Umoh
I would say I stumbled into this because growing up, I wanted to become a lawyer but I later changed my mind to become an economist. But then along the line, I found out that I could make shoes and turned out to be something I enjoyed doing.
The Blueprint of How 2017: Global women’s seminar kicks off with Lagos edition
The Discovery Centre recently kicked off the Nigerian leg of its globally acclaimed women-focused workshop The Blueprint of How, in Lagos, Nigeria. The sold-out intensive seminar, which attracted women...
WISCAR fundraising holds in Lagos
Women in Successful Careers (WISCAR) a non-profit high level and structured mentoring programme for entry/mid-career professional women, held its fundraising cocktail at the Ruff n Tumble premises in Ikeja GRA last Sunday.
Bukola Bolarinwa: I am inspired by people living with sickle cell disease
Nigeria records the highest incidences of the sickle cell gene and disease globally with 150,000 children born with SCD each year and 100, 000 of them die before they are 5, because of her personal experience with Sickle Cell and her passion to create greater awareness and support....
‘It was a long road for me to find my own niche in life’
I used to host a show on WFM 91.7 called The Entrepreneurs Journey, which was focused on interviewing successful entrepreneurs and drawing lessons from them that would be applicable to aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs.
NABFEME launches empowerment, networking organisation for African female executives
Foremost women’s networking and empowerment non-profit, the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment (NABFEME) has launched its first chapter in Africa.