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3 Feb 2018
SLAY Festival, an outdoor celebration of innovation, culture and technology is back for its second edition on February 17th at Tafawa Balewa Square. With the festival fast approaching, we profile 15 women who are participating in different ways.   Name: Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Actress and Philanthropist Role: Speaker Profile: Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, famed actress and philanthropist, will host…
29 Jan 2018
Remember the SLAY Festival that women couldn't stop talking about last year? It’s back! The festival, which is its second edition, is billed to attract over 3000 women across Africa. The 2018 SLAY Festival is where you will get the best opportunity for engagement in a long time. Prominent speakers such Funke Opeke, CEO Main…

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