Women have been tasked on the need to improve their digital skills in order to boost business growth. Hence they’ve been encouraged to search out affordable, easy and professional ways to achieve...
Women’s dialogue, Womanifesto 2019, billed for Abuja
Nigerian women from various walks of life have concluded plans to converge for a national dialogue to discuss issues affecting women. In a statement by organisers of the event, the dialogue...
WIMBIZ condemns inhumane acts of violence in Kogi State
Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) has condemned the inhumane acts of violence in Kogi State during the recent elections, calling for urgent legal action against the perpetrators.
WIMBIZ takes women in politics dialogue to Abuja
In Nigeria, women account for about 49.34 per cent of the population, yet they have 3.94 per cent representation in political appointments and 16.2 per cent in ministerial appointments.
‘My project explores coping mechanisms of terrorism and violent conflict survivors in Nigeria’
I'm very excited and I feel very honoured to have emerged the winner of the 2019 Access Bank ART X Prize.
SLAY Festival returns to Lagos for third edition
She Leads Africa has announced that the popular innovation and culture event, Slay Festival, will be returning to Lagos, Nigeria on September 28, 2019 at the Lekki Special Events Centre.
LASG partners religious institutions in campaign against domestic, sexual violence
The Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT), has concluded a two-day workshop to strengthen the capacity of religious institutions in responding to domestic and sexual violence.
‘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.
IWD: Rural widows benefit from foundation’s Market Moni programme
Over 200 widows from eight communities in Esan Central Council of Edo State recently had their tears wiped away by Dr. Felix King, when his...
In a world where the war for talent is strife the decision to join an organization is no longer influenced solely by financial remuneration, but culture...