Olabisi Igbalajobi: “Losing my husband after three years of marriage devastated me”
I am Olabisi Igbalajobi, born and bred in Lagos on October 2nd in the late sixties. I am a proud indigene of Efon Alaaye Ekiti state. My secondary school was at Federal Government Girls’ College Owinni Hills Oyo, Oyo State.
Didi Akinyelure: Driven by dreams
Didi Akinyelure is the 2016 winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award. The award identifies Didi as a future star of African Journalism. Didi will commence a three-month placement with the BBC in London at the end of August.
‘Taking care of old people is a gift given to me by God’
Jessica studied Agronomy (Crop science) at the Delta State University and obtained her M.Sc. from the University of Wolverhampton in the UK. She took up a part-time job at a care home, where she was certified a caregiver and this developed her interest in caring for old people.
Grace Olugbodi:Turning maths into fun games
Ebun Grace Olugbodi specialises in helping children fall in love with mathematics and building their maths confidence. She graduated with a 1st class Honours in BSc Computing from a London University and holds an MSc in Financial Markets.
Meg Otanwa: Passionate and creative
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from TIME Universite Tunis, Tunisia and an ...
I use profit made from selling Akara to give my children good education
A true mother is one who sacrifices for her children, a caregiver who does whatever it takes to put a smile on the faces of her children. In a world where true motherhood is becoming a rarity ...
‘I have always enjoyed serving humanity’
Nigeria’s Oluyemisi Alatise is the first African woman president of International Inner Wheel Club. She talks about how she got elected into the exalted position, plans for her tenure and life as a disciplinarian.
Ejiro Amos Tafiri: The E. A. T. Brand
As a child growing up my parents thought I would be a medical doctor. But when I was in SS1 I was a science student, but my Agric teacher was pregnant at that time and wasn’t teaching.
Waje: “Words aren’t enough. Action is needed.”
"This conference is a massive global event where scientists, health workers, people living with HIV and policy makers come together to find ways to end the epidemic."