Live your dreams out loud in full colour. Start now; don’t wait for the perfect time or perfect moment – it’ll never come. Become the person that you seek others to be to you.
“A great deal of my inspiration and motivation comes from pain”- Christine Izuakor
The greatest reward that I’ve gotten is in being able to inspire people to want and pursue more in life. I like that people see my story and think of greater possibilities for themselves.
Minna Salami: The time for women’s revolution is now
Listed by ELLE Magazine as one of the “12 women changing the world,” Minna Salami is a Nigerian-Finnish writer, speaker, blogger, feminist thinker and consultant, as well as the founder of Ms Afropolitan...
Nadine Ibrahim: I want to tell stories that can change the world
White pick-up truck drives slowly into a deserted plot of land on the edge of the forest. There are two men in the front seat and one is wearing a red and white scarf over his face only exposing his eyes.
Ade Laoye: For the love of story-telling
The moment you think you’ve mastered something, life humbles you and you are reminded that you know nothing. The more I grow as an individual, the more experiences I have to draw on as an actor.
I believe I got my zeal for innovation and creativity from my mother – Funke Talabi
I believe in life, change is constant, and with a new way of doing things which makes the process seamless, job seekers will be willing to go a step further to connect with their prospective employers and vice versa.
Stella Duru: A woman can succeed anywhere
I am a partner in the EPG practice, (specialising in energy and power) in the Nigerian law firm of Banwo & Ighodalo. I come from a happy, close knit and large family of six children.
‘A positive, brilliant mind makes you flourish’
Abiodun Koya is a woman of many parts, as she is a classical vocalist, recording artiste, public speaker, and an entrepreneur. Her background in classical music started as a little girl.
Amaka Benson: My journey into full-time blogging
My name is Amaka Benson. I am an energy economist, mummy-blogger and more recently author of Micah’s Meals. I have a wonderful, loving and supportive husband, Yomi.
I have been able to project female photographers in Nigeria positively through my work
Few years ago, Abisola Ijalana did not know that her decision to take a photography training during the Daystar Skill Acquisition Programme would set her on the path to becoming a sought after and an award-winning photographer.