“I am a born artist, all I want to do is create” - Esther Tom
Esther Otomi (popularly known as Esther Tom), is the lead stylist and CEO of Game Of Fros natural hair hub. She has a Bachelors Degree in Choreography and a Maters Degree in Media Studies but chose to focus on her passion for natural hair styling.
Zainab Wadada Ahmed
Zainab Ahmed is the Founder and Creative Designer of Ruba Couture and Fabrics, a Nigerian fashion company that has its base in Abuja. She’s a Bachelor of Arts Graduate from the University of Maiduguri.
I decided to quit banking at the age of 40 and start my own business – Olwatoyin Edun
She started her career at Eko International bank in 1999 then proeeded to FSB International bank and joined FCMB in 2005.In 2012 her portfolio was enlarged with the inclusion of commercial and retail activities covering 10 branches of the bank in Ikeja and its environs where she was designated the zonal head. Based on her…
Zakariyau wins SABRE Award, makes Forbes Africa’s under 30 list
Bidemi Zakariyau, founder of LSF|PR has added another feather to her cap as she was last week listed in the Forbes 30 under 30, business category. Just last month, her agency was awarded a SABRE certificate of excellence for their “Philips Through Your Life Campaign” for Philips.
" We want to create more awareness of the online education market "
Stephanie obi is the founder and owner of Stephanie Obi’s Online Learning Forum. A platform with various online courses and coaching program that shares insights and business strategies to help female entrepreneurs create, build, launch and sell a profitable online course. Stephanie Obi, who is popularly referred to as Queen of Online Courses started off…
No business is exclusive to the male gender or too dirty for women – Ajayi Beauty Martins
Ajayi Beauty Martins is a 400 level student of the University Of Port Harcourt in the Department of Sociology and the creative Director of Beauberry creations, the umbrella company of her signature brand “Tyniture” where she is reusing and recycling tyres into furniture with a sense of class and beauty such as sofa, coffee tables,…
Tosin Rufai: I love working with children
Tosin Rufai, CEO of Teefal Studios, describes herself as a proud female Muslim photographer breaking numerous cultural barriers by being in this field. In the mostly male-dominated industry of photography, Rufai is making her mark...
Soundcity OAP Awazi shares her experiences on body image and self-esteem
Growing up my parents were very conscious about the kind of things we were exposed to, I really hated how extra my mum was about what we watched, read, who I was allowed to spend time with and how much time was I allowed with those people. In hindsight I am grateful to my mum…
Toyin Sanni: Every woman should be financially literate
My driving force is the convictions I have that every human being came to this world for a purpose. I have a very strong sense of purpose and I especially believe that women, aside the fact that we are frequently wives, mothers, sisters which makes the society to rely on us, does not mean we do not have our own individual mission.
‘Bedtime stories help children’s cognitive development’
Before we welcomed a baby into our home, I did a lot of reading, I read Dr Spot Baby bible, its in its 65th edition, I also read what to expect, they talked about helping a child’s cognitive development even when the child is a baby.
Bolanle Ambode's passion God's for heritage
According to former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr Kofi Annan, “millions of children continue to endure the dreadful indignities of poverty; hundreds of thousands suffer the effects of conflict and economic chaos; tens of thousands are maimed in wars; many more are orphaned or killed by HIV/AIDS.” In an increasingly turbulent world, children can…