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Adetola Juyitan

5 Oct 2019
Adetola Juyitan is an entrepreneur, ex-banker and current national president of Junior Chamber International (JCI). A graduate of accounting from the Ekiti State University and bagging an MBA from Lincoln University, she is a recipient of several awards and has spoken at several national and international events.
29 Aug 2019
The need to tackle the problem of inclusiveness and access to quality education for Nigerian youths was the crux of discourse at the youth conference organised by Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, in commemoration of the 2019 International Youth Day.
6 Aug 2019
The President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, Adetola Juyitan, has proposed to partner with like-groups to push the limit of youth empowerment and development. Juyitan said this recently in Lagos while giving an account of the stewardship of JCI Nigeria in the last six months.
22 Oct 2016
After years of working behind the scene, young entrepreneur, Adetola Juyitan, has finally opened her new event center, Glitz Occassions & Event. Located in Lekki, Lagos ...

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