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Instyle’s Badass 50: Women Who Are Changing the World

18 Jan 2019
The second edition of the Badass Women issue is out and Nigeria’s very own Tolulope Lewis-Tamoka makes the list. She is the only Nigerian and the second Africa in the list. The list features women from science, social justice, law, politics and other industries. According to Instyle, the women “consistently show up, speak up, and…


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