Clothing Today’s Multi-dimensional Mums Omolade Oshinubi is the managing partner and CEO of Mollyplus Maternity. She is also the Co-founder and CEO at Olive Maternity, an exclusively online maternity store for working moms. She is an aspiring fashion retailer and consultant with a rare passion for clothing and styling today’s working mums. She runs Molly…
The Peace Hyde Interview
Today, Peace Hyde is a globally recognized media personality and showbiz impresario; deeply involved in social impact activities and creating sustainable structures for children’s education in Africa. But for this beautiful, intelligent, and grounded woman, the road to success hasn’t always been smooth and easy; it has come with its own peculiar challenges of striving…
Top Model, Oluchi Orlandi, Introduces Lingerie Line In Nigeria
LULU Lingerie Limited, the creator and marketer of LuLu trade mark, has teamed up with top model and fashion icon Oluchi Orlandi to launch Nigeria’s first inner wear destination for all shapes and sizes. LuLu provides men, women and kids quality name brand innerwear in an assortment of sizes and styles to accommodate the full…
Maya driving her passion to help small businesses
Maya Horgan-Famodu is the founder/Chief Executive of Ingressive, an organisation that leverages on high quality expertise to select and lead investments in top tech startups across Africa. Maya, who is Nigerian-American, has dedicated her working life to ensuring that small businesses get the know-how they need to grow in developing world. Maya shares with LUCKY…
Oby Ezekwesili: Unrelenting Citizens’ Advocate
FROM her public positions and conducts in the past decade, Mrs. Obiageli Katryn Ezekwesili has shown that she is beyond confinement or definition. But like other public intellectuals, Ezekwesili fails to surmount the various limitations that confer duplicity or ambivalence in public interventions.
OLUFA... An Inspiration On Stage
ELIZABETH Omotolani Olufa is a singer, songwriter and musicologist. What makes Olufa amazing is her ability to go lower pitches, at the same time, moving higher in full voice, without straining her vocal chords.
L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Sub-Saharan Africa 2015 program honours Africa’s female scientists
Science knows no boundaries, and that includes gender as well as age. African women have once again displayed inventiveness and excellence when it comes to the sciences. The L’Oréal Foundation and UNESCO are proud to announce the recipients of the 2015 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Fellowships. Through the great diversity of…
With ‘Last Three Digit’, Padita Agu Returns To The Silver Screen
IN the early years of Nollywood, around the 2000’s, there was a set of young and talented ladies that the industry threw up.
At last, Ultimate Woman emerges
AT the launch of the Gulder Ultimate Promo in Enugu, many predicted it was going to be the usual men’s thing, just like it was in the days of the Gulder Ultimate Search (GUS), where you only had The Last Girl Standing.