Women are resilient and economic pillars of their families
My name is Njideka Harry. I am the President and Chief Executive of Youth For Technology Foundation (YTF). Youth for Technology Foundation is an international non-profit organisation.
‘It’s been always passion for me to do television’
I started my career in the media about 10 years ago; I’ve always wanted to be in the media. My father was an activist, the late Alao Aka Bashorun; he thought me how to speak my mind.
Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor: Profile of a humble achiever
It’s a giant-sized technology behemoth spread all over the world and of course, filled with the male head honchos, but in Google’s Nigerian office, a woman is leading the pack and she is obviously doing well.
Once you deliver excellence with innovation & passion, it doesn’t matter the color of your skin, you will stand before kings” Kunbi Adeoye, founder-Sesewa
Growing up for me was fun and filled with lessons. I was the child that was born to work…. I was really enterprising, I still am but when I was younger, I engaged in several kinds of businesses.
Ogo: A typical girl's fight against vitiligo
Ogo Maduewesi’s experienced a sour drift in 2005 with the arrival of the first light patch on her face. This occurrence transformed her life forever.
Michelle Dede: Ambitious and compassionate
Everyone knows her. With a name that is synonymous with television, entertainment and fashion, Michelle Dede is a multilingual host, actor, event MC, brand ambassador ...
It breaks my heart to see children lose out on opportunities
Growing up was kind of lonely for me. I am the last of 5 children. My immediate older brother is 8 years older than me. As a child I always wished and prayed for a sibling that I could be friends with and play with.
Ibada Ahmed: Brilliant and enterprising
I was told I was great from the day I could comprehend meaning of words, I was taught to excel and lead even in the household. I grew up with 5 brothers and 3 sisters and each one of us felt like a leader in our own capacity.