AWP network hosts leading African women in technology
The African Women Power (AWP) Network recently hosted leading African women in technology to an engaging conversation on what it means to be a woman in technology.
I had been with the same man since I was eighteen and had no identity outside of him. A few months ago, I had come back to Nigeria to plan a grand wedding and start a new chapter of my life.
Broken - Part 2
Can you imagine, someone came here claiming that she is that Chigozie boy’s sister and that she wants to know why her brother was arrested for an accident he didn’t cause.
I had completely neglected to acknowledge the fact that the two men in question also had the power of freewill which gave them the liberty to decide they didn’t want me.
The grand unveiling - Part 1
On the flight back to Lagos, I wondered why I hadn’t considered going somewhere really far. It would have bought me more time before my father could have me retrieved and shipped back to him at home.
Lift up others this season
I am Omoni Oboli and I represent Naija! Welcome to the last month of the ember months! There’s always something about the last days of the year that builds a sense of anxiety...
TAWC marks 55th Anniversary
The American Women’s Club held a celebration recently at EVE Restaurant, Victoria Island to highlight its achievements in their 55 years of existence. The event welcomed new members, returning members and their guests.
One woman & three men
The plan was simple. This wasn’t necessarily a good thing, because I have come to realize that when complicated things appear simple, it’s always an indication ...