I have never been afraid to start again from ground zero or reinvent myself
Winihin Jemide is a horticulturist, certified life coach, public speaker and most recently, an actress. A graduate of Law from the University of Maiduguri, she is presently studying for a doctorate in Professional Studies and also qualifying as a transformational life strategist.
‘Many people think the meat industry is a dirty job’ - Derin Shotunde ‘Eleran’
Derinsola, popular known as “Deerin Eleran” runs a meat shop named Deerin Meat And Food Product, a business she started after her salesgirl ran off with all her savings. According to Derin, a lot of people felt she was crazy to think she could thrive in a male-dominated field, but Derin focused on her goal.
Ugoma Adegoke: We provide a platform for the celebration of film as art form’
Ugoma Adegoke is a creative entrepreneur, gallerist, and foremost multi-arts curator. Founding director and chief curator of BLOOM Art, Lagos, she describes herself as a tireless community builder, arts advocate, passionate art collector and dynamic tastemaker.
‘I was never sexually assaulted at any point in my career’ - Toby Grey
The Nigerian music industry is evolving and music stars are also re-inventing themselves, fans get to enjoy diverse sounds and unique music from different genres, some are infusing culture into their craft while others reflect the pop side.
‘We do not yet have effective regulatory body for the practice of management consultancy’
Dr Ije Jidenma is an accomplished Management Consultant and Professional. She holds a PhD degree in Psychology with specialisation in Psychometrics from University of Lagos..
'The more women are at the top, the more women are motivated to get there'
Patricia Obozuwa is the Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer for GE Africa, a position she has held since April 2012 when she built the communications and public affairs functions.
‘People Still Think Those Living With Sickle Cell Can’t Live Long’– Abimbola Ogunmekan
Abimbola, being a sickle cell warrior herself is helping other warriors fight and win. Through her platform, she provides education, counseling, and advocacy for sickle cell health and shares stories of warriors with the aim of inspiring others and also provide free medical service for the first three months, after which patients can attend by paying a token as a monthly subscription to access care.
‘I’ am committed to ending all natural hair discrimination in Africa’ - Chioma Joy Ezechukwu-Alaebo
Natural hair advocate; Chioma is a 26 year old young entrepreneurand final year student of Abia State Polytechnic, studying Public Administration.
‘I guess I’ve mastered the art of multi-tasking’
Juliet Ibrahim is a multiple award-winning actor, musician, director, producer and compere. Starting out as a model in the 2000s, walking the runway...