RoSF empowers widows, orphans for better society
All roads on June 23 led to ROSGMI Hall, Surulere, Lagos, where widows numbering over a thousand and from different parts of Lagos and its environs converged to celebrate the International Widows’ Day (IWD).
Business success tips for female entrepreneurs
Female entrepreneurship is on the rise around the world. They now lead many of the leading companies in the United States and the case isn’t any different in Africa and Nigeria.
Rules of wealth
Money! We all want lots of it. We need it to pay bills and live the kind of life we want. The problem is most of us never think of wealth creation as a systematic process of planning and monitoring.
Falana uncovered:The rising of a star
Falana performed for the first time ever in Nigeria two years ago in 2014 at the Afropolitan Vibes held in Freedom Park in Lagos, alongside Yemi Alade, and General Pype. She described the experience as fun and unreal.
Project not just a prettyface
We have become too cool, too 21st century, too modern to protect our youths from the long-lasting harm that is being ingested into their inner core.
Women and food security in Nigeria
Aside hunger and malnutrition, food insecurity equally results in a wide range of other problems such as health, environmental degradation, and high rate of crime, among others.
Aisha Augie-Kuta: Motivated by hunger for learning
AISHA Augie-Kuta is an award winning professional photographer and media consultant, Founder of the Center For Art & Creative Talent.
How to manage your money on a low income
The issue of finance is something every woman needs to take very seriously. It does not matter whether you are single, married, divorced or widowed.