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Foluso Ogunwale

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The iFitness story When Foluso Ogunwale, an HR executive at one of Nigeria’s leading banks, moved homes into one of Lagos’ affluent estates in 2013, it was mostly for comfort. He had a thriving Mobile Electronics business that turned over upwards of 400 million naira (circa US$2.5m) annually so he was quite comfortable. Foluso was…

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