Founder and Chief Executive Officer, The Chair Centre Group, Mrs Ibukun Awosika, has said women are the community of business change markers, hence, they need to exhibit courage, and trust to stay in business.
The annual conference that seeks to impact, empower and mentor women and girls all over Nigeria and beyond, SheCan Nigeria, took place over the weekend, with thousands of young girls...
Inspired by the desire to see women do more and be more in every facet of their lives, SheCan Nigeria, founded by Ezinne Ezeani is returning for the fourth edition with it yearly woman empowerment conference.
Farming and agriculture are the backbones of our society. Without farmers, we wouldn’t have access to food and other basic necessities
4 Dec 2021
All roads lead to the Civic Centre, in Lagos, next Friday as the 10th annual edition of the Inspiring Women series is set to hold, with some of the country’s most prolific industry leaders.
22 Sep 2021
According to a statement by the host, Adesakin, the summit is aimed at helping participants experience a life-changing transformation in their finances, businesses and career.
3 May 2021
Until last week, many Nigerians without insider knowledge of what goes on behind the banking halls, thought the country could count on a stable financial system as it pulls through the battered economy.
30 Mar 2021
Corporate organisations and financial institutions have been urged to create a conducive environment that would enable women to work and contribute actively to the overall...
25 Mar 2021
Corporate organisation and financial institutions have been urged to create a conducive environment that would enable women to work and contribute actively to the overall growth of the establishment with multiplier effect on the economy. The Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN), Mrs Ibukun Awosika while speaking at a webinar organised by the United…
8 Feb 2020
I was born in Nigeria and started primary school in Chrisland and did one year of secondary school in Atlantic Hall, Lagos, but I was sent to a boarding...
20 Jan 2020
The new president of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Babagana Mohammed, has urged established professionals to groom young engineers. Such gesture, he said, was important so that the young graduates would be job creators for themselves and others.