“They Said I couldn’t, but I seized my spotlight and refused to hide behind anyone's shadow.” Ukinebo Dare - Managing Director, Edo State Skills Development Agency
Episode 4 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of the bold development professional and Managing Director at Edo State Skills Development Agency (EdoJobs) – Ukinebo Dare.
Inimfon Etuk is the founder and host of She Forum Africa, a pan-African Women Development, Leadership, Mentorship and Lifestyle Community aimed at amplifying personal development opportunities for women and girls......
Management of Edo Queens Football Club yesterday unveiled Wemimo Matthew as the new Head Coach of the female team with a charge to return the club to its glory days.
“They said I couldn’t, but I designed a landmark that left my naysayers mesmerized. ” – Tosin Oshinowo, principal architect, cmDesign Atelier
Episode 3 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of the daring architect and Founder of leading architectural firm – cmDesign Atelier.
I studied Mechanical Engineering because I love cars. However, after interning at a Toyota after-sales franchise for a while, I decided that I didn’t want to deal with the smell of petrol and engine oil every day.
“Never feel the need to minimize yourself to accommodate another person’s insecurities” – Tope Olagbegi, founder/CEO at Sixth Sense
Episode 2 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ features the story of the Founder of Sixth Sense Interiors, a leading interior design firm in Nigeria.
“They Said I Couldn’t, but not only did I do it, I smashed it” - Shileola Ibironke, MD/CEO of the Micromedia Group of Companies.
Season 1 of ‘They Said I Couldn’t’ is here and we are absolutely here for it. This series tells the stories of 10 young female leaders who share something in common -They were all told they couldn’t. However, they chose to challenge the status quo and rise above the restrictions placed on their femininity. Every…
Patience Bamidele Amaebite (The Springboard), Kalanne Ebiye-Koripamo (Kayge Cosmetics), Ifeoma Egbuonu (CEO, Homey Thrills & GCAP) and Tareela Okene (Dripples Cakes) are young
Ngozi Onyia is the founder and Managing Director of Paelon Memorial Hospital (PMH). A trustee of many organisations, the 1982 graduate of the University of Ibadan is a Fellow of the West African College of Physicians in Paediatrics. She holds an MBA from Lagos Business School and is certified from the International Society of Travel…
Her area of specialisation as a French Literature student has been Feminist Theory. According to her, this strengthens her academic knowledge in the field of advocacy.
In a world that is constantly giving Black women hell, she refuses to sacrifice her well being for a sport that does not want to prioritise her humanity.
I started volunteering when I had no idea what it was called. Growing up, my late mum emphasised the importance of service to my siblings and me, so volunteering came to me naturally.