Tosin Oshinowo: Inspired to break the glass ceiling
Tosin is a young architecture whose journey into the world of building designs started early in life. She had aspired to be an architect from looking at building plans ...
Chioma Onyenwe: Being female shapes my storytelling
Chioma Onyenwe is a filmmaker, director and CEO of Raconteur Productions, a film production company. She is also the Programme Coordinator for the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF).
Dabota Lawson is a leading lady in the beauty industry. She was crowned Miss Nigeria UK in 2009. Being a Beauty Queen coupled with her modeling career...
Jane Michael: Stylist on the rise
She was not born into affluence. In fact, she swam through series of difficulties as a teenager moving from one end of Lagos to another, with no permanent abode.
Life and business lessons from Leicester’s victory
In an age when success has long seemed restricted to a predetermined few, Leicester’s achievement can hardly be overstated. Little wonder it is generating a lot of excitement in the sports world.
Sika Osei: Bold and brilliant
Bold, ambitious, driven, brilliant and multi-talented, Sika Osei, is a co-presenter of Studio 53 Extra. She is leading the cavalcade of young African women in media.
Alex Okoroji: Women work fifty times harder to gain respect
Alex Okoroji is a Nigerian actress, writer, TV personality, talk radio host, speaker, author, self-help mentor she speaks on her passion, challenges women face in the entertainment industry.
Keturah King: Nigerian woman with African voice
Never mind that Keturah King has multicultural background, her dream is to become the first female President in Nigeria.