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20 Apr 2019
GAIA and Women Inspiring Impact Network (WiiN), founded by Towun Candide-Johnson and Folashade Ambrose-Medebem, recently hosted a special International Women’s Day (IWD) dinner aimed at stirring women to become personally accountable for creating a more balanced environment in business and in the corporate world. The dinner, which took place at Omenka Gallery, Ikoyi, Lagos, served…
22 Apr 2018
Since 1970, the 22nd of April has globally been celebrated as Earth Day. As one of the most important environment events in the world, various national and international communities use this day to expand the consciousness and appreciation of the natural environment through various activities. In celebration of Earth Day, here are some mythological deities…

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