“They said I couldn’t, but I stopped seeking permission and expanded my vision in more ways than I ever imagined. – Eloho Omame – Co-Founder, FirstCheck
Episode 8 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of an early-stage investor and an advocate for gender and inclusion in technology and entrepreneurship in Africa – Eloho Omame.
Omolade Olatawura is the Chief Operating Officer of Laserderm Clinics, a foremost skincare and Aesthetics company in Nigeria and Ghana.
“They said I couldn’t, but I built a global platform for myself.” – Maryam Bukar – Author. Orator. Poet
Episode 7 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of an Author, Orator and Poet – Maryam Bukar.
InstinctWave, Africa’s premium Business-to-Business events management organisation has announced its maiden edition of the Instinct Women Awards (IWA). Meant to celebrate the achievements of women in business, finance, sports, entertainment, media, arts & culture, philanthropic and visionary fields in Africa, the awards night is scheduled for August 28, at the luxurious Movenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra,…
I was born and brought up in Lagos, Nigeria. Growing up was fun for me, because I have four siblings (2 sisters and 2 brothers), so I had playmates.
When you are a district governor, it means you are the head servant of the district. You take charge of the district on whatever needs to be done, projects to be carried out, both administrative and project-wise.
“They said I couldn’t, but I fueled my passion with their words.” - Zainab Aliyu - Founder of Aaboux
Episode 6 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of a luxury leather goods entrepreneur – Zainab Aliyu.
A woman of many parts, Ifu Ennada is a multiple awards winner, businesswoman, content creator, producer, actor, and reality TV star. In 2018, she founded beautiful Ennada, a beauty brand that currently focuses on skincare, hair care and caters to black women
Chidinma Nwobi considers herself a spring of happiness flowing with love, authenticity, and intuitive wisdom, cheering herself, her family, and humanity towards enjoying flourishing and meaningful lives.
Mary Izobo is an award-winning lawyer, gender advocate and governance expert with experience in the field of human rights, governance, and the rule of law for development.
I started my career in audit at KPMG UK and after three years of training, I moved to Bass Group PLC, one of the largest hospitality companies in the UK.
“Amidst all the voices that told me I couldn’t, I found that one voice that told me I could” - Aisha Augie Kuta - Special Adviser (Digital Communications Strategy) to Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning
Episode 5 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of communications strategist and creative artist – Aisha Augie.