My dad taught me about menstruation and puberty from age 9
The Non-profits sector has contributed immensely to the growth and advancement of many development projects. It has also been the source of solace during this uncertain time in the world, with many donating palliatives and complimenting the work of Government...
One of the most difficult things to do is leading people- Kolajo Blessing
My childhood days prepared me a lot for what I do today, and the things I will still do in the future. I remember growing up was not so fun for me because I took interest in what my age groups do not enjoy doing which was reading literary texts, so...
‘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.
It’s tough promoting fitness to Nigerians – Ruby Agu
When Ruby experienced the journey of weight-loss, she began to appreciate all the challenges facing modern women on the same quest and was pushed to solve as many of these problems as she could… by starting her own gym.
Esther Ijewere wins social entrepreneur of the year award
For her selflessness and contribution towards the empowerment of women both at the grassroots and social level, Esther Ijewere, founder of Rubies Ink Initiative for Women and Children and editor-in-chief of multiple award-winning blog Women of Rubies..
"Never allow yourself feel like you can't do anything - Bola Banwo
Bolanle Banwo is a brand Identity designer from Lagos, Nigeria. She helps brands tell compelling stories via creative designs. Much of her work is centered around helping small...
As a minister of the gospel and a preacher, one major challenge I've faced is the gender issue – Pastor Funmi Daniels
She is an associate pastor at Covenant light Church, pastoring alongside her husband. She has been actively involved in various church planting projects and evangelistic outreaches.
“I evolved from being a timid woman who endured domestic abuse to an assertive woman” – Olubunmi Ajai Layode
Olubunmi Ajai Layode (Jopa's daughter), is a campaigner against domestic violence (DV), she also fights for the emancipation of women from the shackles placed on them by harmful cultures and traditions. She is a blogger and founder of GREENLANDS HAVEN FOUNDATION, a NGO that helps victims of domestic violence with emergency shelter and financial empowerment…
The Chigoziem Emereuwa story : From losing her entire family in an accident to acquiring PHD
I loved my childhood, it is one of those times in my life I can’t stop talking about. It was filled with lots of activities, I played soccer, I climbed trees, I rode bicycles, I did a lot of outdoor activities and I also watched a lot of cartoons and movies.