Helping girls discover and chart their future
Mrs. Modupe Eka is an entrepreneur, consultant, model of human behavior, and president of Wiseup Foundation, a non-governmental organisation that engages girls in building their lives for a meaningful future.
‘I have passion to help young people realise their potential’
Misan Rewane is passionate about using education to impact on youths and effect change. Now in her early 30s, this young lady has previously worked at Monitor Group, Technoserve...
All rise, Queens, from Katwe to Lagos, and dare to dream
“If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough.” These words belong to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 24th and current President of Liberia and also appear in This Child Will Be Great ...
Girls just want to have funds: How to make extra cash on the side
Sometimes last month, I checked up Asos to get some skirts on discount; I like discounts please, it helps me buy more stuff for my wardrobe. So I picked a couple of skirts ...
Why more African entrepreneurs need to embrace failure
Within the African context, the subject of failure is a difficult conversation to have.
Omoni Oboli’s ‘Wives On Strike’ an infotainment revolution
I don't think there’s anybody who hasn’t heard about the movie, Wives On Strike, written, produced and directed by Omoni Oboli.
From stay at home mum to international best selling author ...
Naomi Osemedua is the author of Amazon Best Seller, ‘Socially Speaking -My Periscope Miracles’, an Inspirational speaker, Reformer, Positive Change Coach and mom...
How to raise financially responsible kids
“The first generation makes wealth, second generation spends it, and the third generation blows it!” This is a popular saying among wealth advisors.